The archaeological excavation has revealed evidence of Jewish day-to-day life there, including part of an oil lamp decorated with a nine-branched menorah as well as limestone vessels used by Jews for reasons of ritual purity, a watchtower and more.
Since being published last year, the book has gained widespread interest in popular as well as academic circles in Northern Ireland, on both sides of the political spectrum there, as well as in the Republic of Ireland.
The grant was awarded for her research that deals with translations of non-Jewish texts into Jewish languages (Yiddish, Hebrew, Ladino and Judeo-Italian) in early modern Europe. Read More...
Sacred Spaces in the Abrahamic Religions
Cultural Diplomacy and Eurovision 2019: between Diversity, Culture and Diplomacy
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences embodies Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s multifaceted, collaborative approach.
Here, the multidisciplinary tack is no mere slogan; it is a philosophy that governs all academic activities.