Dr. Katya Assaf

Dr. Katya Assaf

Senior Lecturer
Room 6222 (Faculty of Humanities Building)
on sabbatical

Dr Katya Assaf's fields of interest are law and culture, law and society, intellectual property, trademarks, advertising, freedom of expression, German civil law.

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PhD candidate Naama Barak

Naama Barak

Research areas: Europe-Middle East ties, Middle East history, Arab-Israeli conflict

Kobi Ben-Meir

Dr. Kobi Ben-Meir

Adjunct Lecturer
Chief Curator of the Haifa Museum of Art
Spring Term, Wednesdays, 15:30-16:30

Karin Bischof

Dr. Karin Bischof

Former Institutslektor at the Center for Austrian Studies
Lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
Lecturer, Department of Gender Studies, University of Vienna
Room 6244 (Faculty of Humanities)

Karin Bischof received her PhD from the University of Vienna with a thesis on political rhetoric and discriminatory strategies.

PhD candidate Nitzan Chelouche

Nitzan Chelouche

Research areas: Typography, Hebrew culture, linguistic landscapes, Israeli diaspora

Valeria Croce

Dr. Valeria Croce

Former Institutslektor at the Center for Austrian Studies
MODUL University Vienna

Gili Drori

Prof. Gili S. Drori

Dean, The Faculty of Social Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Room 6220 (Faculty of Humanities Building)


Damian Filut

Research areas:  International Relations, Development Policy, European Studies

Dr. Stephan Grigat

Dr. Stephan Grigat

Former Research and Teaching Fellow at the DAAD Center for German Studies
Room 6223 (Faculty of Humanities Building)


Arie Krampf

Dr. Arie Krampf

Former Adjunct Lecturer
Senior Lecturer for International Relations at the School of Government and Society, Tel Aviv Yaffo Academic College
Associate Researcher, Kolleg-Forschergruppe ‘The Transformative Power of Europe’ , the Freie Universität Berlin
Wednesdays, 10:00-11:00
Mathias Krempl

Mag. Mathias Krempl

Former Jerusalem-Doctoral Research Fellowship Recipient
University of Vienna
Room 6204 (Faculty of Humanities Building)



Sagi Krispin

Research areas: Political science, Memory studies, History, Cultural and European studies, Austrian contemporary history