Guests

Aside from the institute’s fellowship program, PhD candidates, postdocs, and senior scholars also regularly visit the Dubnow Institute as guests.

 

2022

Nomi Drachinsky (Universidad Complutense, Madrid)
The Semantic Field of Judaism in the Spanish Royal Academy Dictionary from the 19 th to the 21 st Century: Ideological, Political, Cultural and Social Factors of the Semantic Evolution
January 2022 to June 2022

2019

Isabella Kwasnik (Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.)
Property Restitution in Post-Communist Poland
July 2019

Liliane Weissberg (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.)
Die Postkarte als Medium der Moderne
May to July 2019

Debby Farber (Ben-Gurion-Universität des Negev, Be’er Scheva)
Haunted Borders: Border Photographs in Israel 1949–1967
April 2019 to January 2020

Anna Holzer-Kawalko (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Dissonant Heritage. Nation-Building, Material Politics and German-Jewish Book Collections in Czechoslovakia, 1918–1948
April to September 2019

Shaul Marmari (Graduiertenstipendium des Deutschen Literaturarchivs Marbach)
Jüdische Handelsnetzwerke im Indischen Ozean
October 2018 to February 2019

Eli Osheroff (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
The Palestine Problem, the Jewish Questions and Forgotten Political Solutions. The Arab Perspective, 1920–1967
August 2017 to August 2019

2018

Miriam Szamet (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Puah Rakovsky (1865–1955):
A Revolutionary Jewish Feminist Educator in Interwar Poland
2017 to 2018

Reut Ben-Yaakov (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Israeli Poetry in the 1990s
October to December 2018

Inbal Ben-Asher Gitler (Sapir College/Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Be’er Scheva)
Architecture as a Cross-Cultural Project:
Building in Jerusalem during the British Mandate, 1917–1948
September 2017 to July 2018

Adrian Mitter (Herder Institute, Marburg/University of Toronto)
Between the Vistula and the World –
The Jewish Community in the Free City of Danzig, 1919–1939
February 2018

2017

Uriel Gellman (Bar-Ilan-University, Ramat Gan)
Jewish Magic, Modernity and Hasidism
July 2017

Samuel Kessler (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.)
The Transformation of Judaism: Rabbis, Synagogues, and Preaching in Nineteenth-Century Central Europe
July 2017

2016

Artem Kharchenko (National Technical University »Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute«, Kharkiv)
A Jewish Community in the Space of a Russian Imperial City: Kharkiv, 1859–1914
June 2016

Neri Ariel (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Manuals for Judges: a Study of Genizah Fragments of a Judeo-Arabic Monographic Legal Genre
November 2016