Student information

 

You hear and read about Europe and the European Union all the time. Some of you have visited Germany, Austria or France so many times that you can almost call it your second home; some of you would like the opportunity to see more European locations. Whether you wish to widen your knowledge about this continent, to gain theoretical and practical skills that will help you build a career in governmental, public or private institutions, or to become a researcher of Europe – The European Forum at the Hebrew University is the place for you!

The Forum’s MA programs in European Studies and in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture are taught by outstanding lecturers who specialize in interdisciplinary approaches. Furthermore, our cooperation with leading European institutions encourages and supports students in striving for academic and professional excellence:

  • We are the only academic institution in Israel to offer separate graduate programs in European Studies and in Contemporary Germany.
  • We provide the educational tools for academic writing already during the MA studies.
  • We support our students financially, and provide excellence and tuition scholarships.
  • We believe that researching Europe means as much exposure as possible to the culture, languages and people. Hence we offer various educational  trips to Germany, Austria and the EU institutions in Brussels, as well as scholarships for intensive language courses abroad.
  • We combine theory with practice and offer our MA students internships related to their field of study.

Europe and the EU have more and more global influence. Israeli and international organizations, as well as universities, are looking for experts on Europe. Take the first step to become one: How to Apply.

 

 

 

Why at the European Forum at the Hebrew University?

You hear and read about Europe and the European Union all the time. Some of you visited Germany, Austria or France so many times that you almost can call it your second home; some of you would like the chance to see more of these places. Whether you wish to widen your knowledge about this continent, to gain theoretical and practical skills that will help you to build a career in governmental, public and private institutions, or to become a researcher of Europe – The European Forum at the Hebrew University is the place for you!

The Forum’s MA programs in European Studies and in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture are taught by excellent lecturers, specialized in interdisciplinary approaches. Furthermore, our cooperation with leading European institutions encourages and supports students to strive for academic and professional excellence:

  • We are the only academic institution in Israel to offer separate graduate programs in European Studies and in Contemporary Germany.
  • We provide the educational means for academic writing already during the MA studies.
  • We support our students financially, and award excellence and tuition scholarships.
  • We believe that researching Europe means to be exposed as much as possible to the culture, languages and people. For that reason, we offer various studying trips to Germany, Austria, and the EU institutions in Brussel, as well as scholarships for intensive language courses abroad.
  • We combine theories with practice and offer our MA students internships related to their field of studies.

Europe and the EU influence globally more and more. Israeli and international organizations, as well as universities are looking for European experts. Take the first step to become one: (Link to How to Apply)

Prospective students

General Admission Requirements

1. Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university (In the USA it includes “Regional Accreditation”). We accept the degree only if at least half of the credits were studied at the degree-granting institution, or in institutions recognized by us. Candidates who completed a degree at a branch in Israel of an overseas institution of higher education must contact the Overseas Applicants Unit before applying.

2. A minimum average in undergraduate studies that is equivalent to 80 (USA GPA 3.0) for admission to the Non-Research Track and a minimum  average equivalent to 85 (USA GPA 3.5) for admission to the Research Track is required.

3. Hebrew language skills:  Level Dalet is the minimum requirement for admission to most departments. (Further details in the chapter "Hebrew Language".) Students in the MA program Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture are exempt from this requirement.

4. English language skills: Lower Advanced level is the minimum requirement for admission to most departments. (Further details in the chapter "English Languaage".)

MA Program in European Studies

MA Program in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture

The program promotes the study of contemporary processes in German society in the context of the EU, as well as in global context. Proficiency in the German language is not a pre-requisite for the program but is required in order to graduate. English language required: Exemption level.

How to apply

For the information on the application procedure for graduate students, please go the official website of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for overseas students or the registration website.

For information on the application procedure for PhD candidates, please got to the official website of the Authority for Research Students.

If you would like further information or if you have any questions concerning the study programs, please contact our Teaching and Students Coordinator, Andrea Bachar, or our Administrative Director, Elisheva Moatti.

MA students

The European Forum at the Hebrew University offers two MA programs, both in research and non-research tracks.

 

Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture - MA Study Regulations

MA Program in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture

Academic Head of the study program: Prof. Noam Shoval

Offices: Center for German Studies
Faculty of Humanities Building, Room 6203-6204
Email: msger@savion.huji.ac.il
Tel: +972-2-5883866; Fax: -+972-02-5881079

The DAAD Center for German Studies at the Hebrew University aims to promote the study of contemporary processes in German society: the role of Germany in the EU and European integration; Germany’s contribution to global economic, political, scientific and technological transformation; Germany's place in the contemporary cultural and artistic scene; the political and statutory constitution of the German Federal Republic (the Basic Law after 1945); the social market economy model; problems and perspectives following the reunification of 1989; the German language, past glory and new meaning. 

The Center for German Studies offers an M.A. degree in Studies in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture (a M.A. research degree as well as an M.A. diploma degree). The teaching program is affiliated to the three Faculties: Social Sciences, Law and Humanities. The teaching language is English.

This M.A. program is accessible to students of Israeli universities and colleges recognized by the Hebrew University who have completed a B.A. degree in one of the relevant disciplines in the faculties of the Social Sciences, Law or Humanities with a grade point average of 80 for an M.A. diploma degree or 85 for an M.A. research degree. It is possible to switch from an M.A. diploma degree to an M.A. research degree after M.A. courses of at least 20 credit points have been marked with an average grade of 85.

In addition to basic and methodological courses, obligatory to all participants, the program offers five specialization tracks over a period of two years:

  • Politics and Economy 
  • Law and International Relations 
  • Geography and Urban Studies 
  • History and Sociology 
  • Literature, Philosophy, Culture, and the Arts 

Knowledge of the German language is at this point not a pre-requisite for admission into the program for students coming from the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Law; however it is compulsory for all students in order to graduate to pass the exemption exam or the “Advanced German” exam. 

Candidates who intend to specialize in German literature and culture are required to demonstrate knowledge of German at beginners` level when registering for the MA-program. 

Students, who in the course of the M.A. program have to take German classes in order to demonstrate knowledge of the German language at an advanced level, can get credit for up to 8 credit points for German language courses offered by the Hebrew University. Additionally, the Center for German Studies will offer its students summer courses prior to the beginning of first year as well as between the first and the second year.

M.A. Regulations

The M.A. program offers the following two study tracks:

M.A. research track (38 credit points) 

This track is a requirement for future Ph.D. studies.
Two out of the five specialization tracks have to be chosen. It is highly recommended that at least one specialization track should be connected to the specialization field of the BA studies. The program of studies will be set up in consultation with the M.A. program adviser at the Center, taking into account:

  1. the student's field(s) of specialization during their undergraduate studies
  2. the elected specialization tracks

Basic courses (8 credit points)
The courses have to be chosen from the list of basic courses of the teaching program, from tracks not chosen as specialization tracks.

Compulsory courses (18 credit points):

  • Colloquium for European Forum Students A and B (4 credit points) 
  • Methodological seminar in 1st and 2nd year  (4 credit points) 
  • 2 Simulation courses (2 credit points)
  • Advanced or specialized German language course or seminar (8 credit points)*
    *students who study less than 8 credit points of advanced or specialized German language will study the remaining credit points in courses offered by the program (including elective courses offered in the non-research track)

Elective compulsory courses (12 credit points):

  • Seminar courses in two specialization tracks (8 credit points)
  • Seminary paper in one of the seminar courses (4 credit points)

M.A. Thesis (35% of the final grade) is written under the supervision of one of the professors of the Faculties of Social Sciences, Law or Humanities. The thesis is graded by two teachers and, together with the final grade, determines the eligibility of the student for the Ph.D. program.

M.A. non research-track (48 credit points) 

Three out of the five specialization tracks have to be chosen.

Basic courses (8 credit points)
The courses have to be chosen from the list of basic courses of the teaching program, from tracks not chosen as specialization tracks.

Compulsory courses (16 credit points):

  • Colloquium for European Forum Students A and B (4 credit points)
  • Methodological seminar in 1st year (2 credit points)
  • 2 Simulation courses (2 credit points)
  • Advanced or specialized German language course or seminar (8 credit points)*
    *students who study less than 8 credit points of advanced or specialized German language will study the remaining credit points in courses offered by the program.

Elective compulsory courses (12 credit points):
Seminar courses in three specialization tracks (8 credit points)
Seminary paper in one of the seminar courses (4 credit points)

Elective courses (12 credit points):
Courses chosen from the list of basic, elective compulsory, or elective courses.
At least one of the courses will be a seminar in which the student will write a seminar paper (4 credit points)

 

European Studies - MA Study Regulations

MA Program in European Studies

Academic Head of the study program: Prof. Noam Shoval

Offices: European Forum at the Hebrew University
Faculty of Humanities Building, Room 6203-6204
Email: mseuro@mail.huji.ac.il
Tel.: +972-2-5883286; Fax:+972-2-5881079

The European Studies program deals with a wide range of topics related to contemporary Europe and the European Union. The significance of the program originates in the importance of Europe and the growing interest in issues related to the EU and its role in the world. The graduate study program combines research and teaching.

The European Forum offers an M.A. degree in European Studies (a M.A. research degree as well as an M.A. diploma degree). The teaching program is affiliated to the three Faculties: Social Sciences, Law and Humanities. The teaching language is Hebrew.

This M.A. program is accessible to students of Israeli universities and colleges recognized by the Hebrew University who have completed a B.A. degree in one of the relevant disciplines in the faculties of the Social Sciences, Law or Humanities with a grade point average of 80 for an M.A. diploma degree or 85 for an M.A. research degree. It is possible to switch from an M.A. diploma degree to an M.A. research degree after M.A. courses of at least 20 credit points have been marked with an average grade of 85.

The program offers three specialisation tracks:

  • Politics, Economy and Law
  • History, Society and Culture
  • Integrated track

M.A. Regulations

The M.A. program offers the following two study tracks

M.A. research-track (38 credit points)

This track is a requirement for future Ph.D. studies.

Compulsory courses (20 credit points)

  • Colloquium for European Forum Students A and B (4 credit points)
  • Methodological seminar in 1st and 2nd year  (4 credit points)
  • Introduction to the European Union (4 credit points)
  • EU – Israel Relations (2 credit points)
  • Introduction to EU law (2 credit points)
  • European History, Culture and Society (2 credit points)
  • 2 Simulation courses (2 credit points)

Elective compulsory courses (8 credit points)

Courses in one of the specialisation tracks (8 credit points)

Seminary paper in one of the compulsory or elective-compulsory seminar courses (4 credit points)

Elective courses (6 credits)

Courses from the program’s course list.

M.A. Thesis (35% of the final grade) is written under the supervision of one of the professors of the Faculties of Social Sciences, Law or Humanities. The thesis is graded by two teachers and, together with the final grade, determines the eligibility of the student for the Ph.D. program.

Foreign language

Knowledge of a European language besides English is not a pre-requisite for admission into the program for students; however it is compulsory for all students in order to graduate to pass an exemption exam or an advanced level exam in one of the following languages: French, German, Italian or Spanish. Credit points for language course will not be included in the average total credit points for the degree. Students, who speak one of the above languages and/or passed the language exams during their graduate studies, are not required to learn an additional European language.

M.A. non research-track (42 credit points)

Compulsory courses (18 credit points)

  • Colloquium for European Forum Students A and B (4 credit points)
  • Methodological seminar in the 1st year (2 credit points)
  • Introduction to the European Union (4 credit points)
  • EU – Israel Relations (2 credit points)
  • Introduction to EU law (2 credit points)
  • European History, Culture and Society (2 credit points)
  • 2 Simulation courses (2 credit points)

Elective compulsory courses (8 credit points)

Courses in one of the specialisation tracks (8 credit points)

Seminary paper in one of the compulsory or elective-compulsory seminar courses (4 credit points)

Elective courses (8 credits)

Courses from the program’s course list.

Seminar paper in one of the program’s seminar course list (4 credit points)

Foreign language

Knowledge of a European language besides English is not a pre-requisite for admission into the program for students; however it is compulsory for all students in order to graduate to pass an exemption exam or an advanced level exam in one European language. Credit points for language course will not be included in the average total credit points for the degree. Students, who speak one of the above languages, passed the language exams during their graduate studies, or present a certificate (at least B2/1) from an accredited institution, are not required to learn an additional European language.

Accredited institutions: the Goethe Institute, the Cervantes Institute, Institut français de Jérusalem Romain Gary, Dante Alighieri Society.

 

Research students

Pre-Requisites

An individual who has done his graduate work  in a University which is not the Hebrew University, an Israeli or  a non Israeli University, may be admitted to the Hebrew University as a research student, if he holds a diploma or an academic degree which is considered by the Authority for Research Students to be equivalent to a Master’s degree (with thesis) from the Hebrew University.

A candidate must meet the following conditions:

(a) He studied at a recognized university and holds a Master’s Degree with a thesis with the following grades:

          Master’s Degree – minimum grade 85;

          Master’s thesis – minimum grade 85 (90 in Humanities);

          Master’s final exam – minimum grade 85 (wherever applicable)

(b) The Authority for Research Students finds him adequately prepared to pursue research in the field of his choice.

(c) The suggested research can be carried out at the Hebrew University.

(d) Prior to registration, candidates should find and obtain the written consent of an adviser for their doctoral dissertation in the relevant department.

For detailed information please visit http://www.research-students.huji.ac.il/en

For information about the program for doctoral students at the Faculty of social Sciences please visit https://goo.gl/z4Hg1k

Alumni

The students of the European Forum's study programs acquire extensive and unique tools and knowledge that give them an advantage in their integration into the public sector, the business sector, and the research and teaching system in academic institutions in Israel and abroad.

Our students are employed in the Knesset Research and Information Center, were accepted to the Cadet Course of the Israeli Foreign Ministry and Ministry of Economy, work for the Ministry of Defence, are parliamentary assistants of members of the European Parliament, joined European Union consulting firms in Brussels as lobbyists and employees, and work for the Israeli Delegation to the European Union.

     
Daniel Aschheim 

Aschheim, Daniel

 Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Project TEN, The Jewish Agency
     
Itamar Gelbfish 

Gelbfish, Itamar

 
Attorney at the Criminal Department, State Attorney 
     
Marta Kleiman 

Kleiman, Marta

 EU desk at HUJI's Authority for Research and Development
     
Dana Miller 

Miller, Dana

 

GovTech Department at CREATORS

     
Netta Moshe 

Moshe, Netta

 Research and Information Coordinator, Knesset Research and Information Center
     
Avraham Rot

 

Rot, Avraham

 Doctoral Candidate, Humanities Center, Johns Hopkins University
     
Marc Volovici

 

Volovice, Marc

 Doctoral Candidate, Princeton University
     

 

Waldman, Ofer

 Doctoral Candidate, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Freie Universität Berlin

Aschheim, Daniel

 

Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Project TEN

Daniel was born in Jerusalem, where he still lives today.
Daniel holds an MA with honors in European Studies from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He got his BA from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) as part of the Argov Fellows honors program in Government, Diplomacy and Strategy.
Daniel was awarded the Israeli President's Annual Award for his work in the Student Councils field. In the past Daniel Interned at the British Embassy in Tel Aviv as a Social Policy Advisor to Ambassador Gould as well as at the Knesset, dealing with legislation, lobbing and Knesset committees. Daniel also represented Israel in Austria as part of a program of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He also worked as Concierge at the King David Hotel and as a Senior Trainer in the business, public and education sectors at Debate-Vayomar Company. Today, Daniel is the Director of Marketing and Public Relations at the Jewish Agency's Project TEN. He also serves as the Director of Alumni Relations for the Politikva Political Leadership course.

 

Gelbfish, Itamar

Itamar Gelbfish received in 2016 an MA in the program Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture, and in 2006 a BA in Lwas (LL.B), both magna cum laude. At present, he is an attorney at the Criminal Department of the Israeli State Attorney´s Office.

Kleiman, Marta

I completed my MA in European Studies in 2014 with a thesis on “The Influence of the EU Policy on Corporate Social Responsibility”, supervised by Prof. Tomer Broude.
During my MA studies, I was an intern at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where I conducted research on illegal immigration to the EU (especially from Africa). This internship allowed me to experience more practical research.
Currently, I am working at the EU desk at HUJI's Authority for Research and Development, assisting with EU funded research projects and proposals.
Starting September 2017, I will start a PhD program in Canada. My PhD will focus on the process which the local aboriginal population in Canada is going through. 

Miller, Dana

Dana Miller received her MA in European Studies. She manages today the GovTech Department at CREATORS, an IDEAtion Lab that develops innovation and creates startups. Dana leads project within 15 municipalities in order to implement digital tools that will supply solutions for various challenges. In her previous position, Dana worked at the European Department at the Foreign Trade Administration at the Ministry of Economy and Industry by promoting the Israeli export to the European market and making BizDev to several Israeli trade missions to Europe. 

Moshe, Netta

I hold a BA in PPE (Philosophy, Economics and Political Science) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, an MA in European Studies magna cum laude from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an MA in Law Studies cum laude from Bar-Ilan University. Winner of the Rector's and Dean's Prizes. Since 2012, I have been working as a researcher in the Research and Information Center of the Knesset (the Israeli Parliament). The Research and Information Center of the Knesset provides the Knesset members, committees, and departments with data, research papers, and background studies pertaining to current debates, legislation, and relevant parliamentary activity, on a variety of topics on the Knesset's agenda. My main research areas are: Immigration, Employment, Budget Supervision.

My studies at the European Forum have deepened my knowledge in comparative reviews, especially in familiarity with the mechanism and products of the European Union. This knowledge is critical in my field of work, in which I am often required to examine and present to Knesset members alternatives from the world in policy planning and implementation. In addition, I have gained practical experience in presenting to official forums in Israel and abroad, getting to know and dealing with negotiation management and decision-making processes.

 

Rot, Avraham

About Me

I currently work on issues pertaining to the intersection of phenomenology and psychoanalysis and to the history and philosophy of the emotions.

Academic Background

2011-Present

Doctoral Candidate, Humanities Center, Johns Hopkins University

2007-2010 M.A. at the DAAD Center for German Studies
2004-2007

BA, Department of History and The Honors Program of the School of History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Research Interests

  • Phenomenology
  • Psychoanalysis
  • History, sociology, psychology and philosophy of the emotions

Scholarships and Grants

2014 Dean’s Teaching Fellowship, Johns Hopkins
2009-2010 Graduate Research Award, The Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Jewish Studies Program at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
2009-2010 Junior Visiting Fellowship, The Institute for Human Sciences (Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen), Vienna
2008 Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window Program of the European Union, Free University of Brussels
2007

Dean's Award, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Conference Presentations

  • (2011) “Generalization, Representation and Transmission of Past Knowledge: A Comparison between Generations and Media through the Case of The Tin Drum,” Mediale Transformationen des Holocaust, le Centre interdisciplinaire d’études et de recherche sur l’Allemagne, Paris
  • (2009) “Synchronic versus Diachronic Differentiation in the EU,” New Perspectives in Memory Studies: Rethinking Movement Representation and Materiality, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
  • (2009) “Walking in a Minefield of Clichés: Collective Memory, Identity and Boredom in Transnational Europe,” Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna

Publications

  • “Constructing Identity and Embracing Boredom in United Europe”. In Perspectives on Memory and Identity, eds. B. Marrin and K. Hammerstein, Vienna: IWM Junior Visiting Fellows’ Conferences, Vol. 28. 2010.
  • "The Metamorphoses of an Historical Story: ‘The Southern Storms’ Pogroms (1881-2) in the Jewish Historiography”, Hayo Haya: Journal of the School of History, Hebrew University 7 (2009): pp. 58-81 (Hebrew)
  • "The Infantilization of Evil: The Tin Drum and the Intergenerational Dynamics of Remembrance of the Second World War in West Germany”, European Forum Working Papers Series, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2009.

Volovice, Marc

About Me

In my dissertation, I examine the image and status of the German language in modern Jewish history. I am particularly interested in the ambiguous role of German in Jewish national discourse since the late 19th century. 

Academic Background

2011-Present

Princeton University, PhD program (History)

2009-2010

Visiting Student, University of Freiburg

2007-2009 Hebrew University, MA (DAAD Center for German Studies)
2004-2007

Hebrew University, BA (General Studies, Political Science)

Research Interests

  • Modern Jewish History
  • Modern European History
  • Intellectual History

Scholarships and Grants

2014-2015 Doctoral Fellowship from the Israel Institute
2014 Lapidus Summer Fellowship for archival research at the Center for Jewish History, New York

Conference Presentations

  • October 2012. “George’s Steiner “Hollow Miracle” and the Contamination of the German Language”, Conference on the German Language in Jewish Culture, Organized by the Simon Dubnow institute in Leipzig and the Dahlem Humanities Center at the Freie Universität, Berlin.
  • June 2009. “Green Politics in the Service of Forming a Common European Identity” (with Michal Goren). International conference on “1989–2009: Taking Stock of East-West EUnification,” European Forum at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
  • April 2009. “‘The Officer Entered the House without Taking his Hat off’: Hermeneutics of Politeness under the Nazi Regime.” The International Graduate Students’ Conference for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Clark University

Publications

  • “Theodor Herzl”, “Volksgemeinschaft”, Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism, Stephen Ross (ed.), Routledge Press (forthcoming)
  • “Heroism with an Appeal: On Sophie Scholl: The Last Days, and the Resistance to the Third Reich in German Memory” (in Hebrew), Slil: Online Journal for History, Film and Television, Vol. 3 (Summer 2009): 75–86.

Waldman, Ofer

Academic Background

2014

Guest student at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

2014

PhD Candidate at the DAAD Center for German Studies, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem

2009-2013 M.A. magna cum laude in German Studies from the DAAD Center for German Studies, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem
2000-2006

Diplom in Orchestral Music (French Horn) from the University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

Research Interests

  • Middle European History
  • Contemporary German Literature
  • Memory Studies

Scholarships and Grants

2014-2015 Student Exchange Scholarship at the Freie Universität Berlin
2013 Research grants from the Center for German Studies at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem
2013 Research grants from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation
2011 Recipient of the excellence scholarship of the Dean of social sciences at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem
2010-2014

Recipient of student scholarships on behalf of the Center for German Studies at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem

1994-2000

Recipient of the "America-Israel cultural foundation" scholarships for outstanding musicians

Conference Presentations

  • Paper presentation at the world convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities at the Columbia University, New York, April 2014
  • Paper presentation at the conference "Germany in Israel", the Center for German Studies, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 2014
  • Paper presentation at the international workshop "How to define cultural dynamics" at the Dahlem Humanities Center of the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 2014
  • Paper presentation at the international conference of the centers for Austrian Studies at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands, 2013
  • Paper presentation at the yearly workshop of the Israeli forum for German History and Culture, held at the University of Tel Aviv, 2013
  • Paper presentation at the international conference „Competing Histories and Conflicted Spaces: Property, Ethnicity and Contested Memory in Post-War Societies" at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2013
  • Research presentation at the international DAAD conference „Im Auge des Betrachters. Deutschland. Europa. China. Interdisziplinäre Konferenz der DAAD-Zentren für Deutschland- und Europastudien" at the University of Beijing, China, 2012

Publications

  • The Binding Fracture: Memory Activism in the Former Sudetenland, Adenauer Foundation Publications, forthcoming.
  • בין גרמניה לגרמניה. פולמוס וולף - רייך-רניצקי כמקרה מבחן ספרותי-פוליטי בגרמניה המחולקת. טבור – פרסומי מרכז קובנר להסטוריה גרמנית באוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים, forthcoming
  • 'I wanted to show – we are here!'. Memory Activism in the Former Sudetenland. Austrian Studies Edited Volume, forthcoming.

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