Research areas: Typography, Hebrew culture, linguistic landscapes, Israeli diaspora
Nitzan Chelouche is a doctoral candidate in the Center for German Studies at the European Forum, and Leo Baeck Fellow (2021/22) currently conducting research in Berlin. She received a Diplom (FH) in Design from Köln International School of Design and worked as a graphic designer for several years. In 2019 she earned an MA in Contemporary German Studies magna cum laude at the European Forum.
Nitzan's research examines how Israelis living in Berlin reflect their identity through typeface choices within an emerging Hebrew culture. Prof. Gili Drori from the Hebrew University and Prof. Caroline Archer-Parré from Birmingham City University have joined forces to advise Nitzan in this endeavour.