Research areas: International Relations, Memory, History, Cultural and European studies
Noga Sagi is a PhD candidate in the Center for German Studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her research analyzes Austrian–Israeli relations, focusing on the role of collective memory in cultural diplomacy and its effect on bilateral affairs. She takes a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses both the Austrian and Israeli perspective and is carrying out her research under the supervision of Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht–Hartmann (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) and Prof. Anton Pelinka (Innsbruck University, Austria).
She holds a master’s degree in European Studies and a B.A in International Relations and the History of Art, both from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.