Research Areas: The French Revolution; popular press in Europe, 18th-20th centuries; Israeli popular press, 19th-20th centuries; 20th-century French historiography
Office: Rabin Building, floor 8, Room 8034
Phone: 04-8249599. Internal:3599
Research Areas: World War II; Europe and the United States between WWI and the Cold War; Nuremberg Trials; American refugees and prisoners of war during WWII; Displaced persons and refugees following WWII; International relations in the 1930s and 1940s.
Office: Rabin Building, floor 22, room 2209
Phone: 04-8240355. Internal:2355
research fields: History of Classical Greece, with special focus on Sparta and the Athenian Democracy – inter alia social and economic history, systems of government, revolutions and patterns of political thought; mentalities, semiotics of communication and political propaganda; the relationship between history and literature
research fields: Early medieval regime and society, History of the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages; History of the Papacy; The beginning of Christianity; The crises of the 14th century; Social nonconformism in medieval times, movements of heresy, the Crusades, ideology and politics, the history of France in the Middle Ages; Constitutional history of England
Prof. Haia Shpayer-Makov
research fields: 19th- and 20th-century British history; history of labor, crime, women, and gender; history and literature
research fields: The social and political thought of eighteenth-century France and Scotland. Current project: The idea and practice of beneficence in Enlightenment France.
Dr. Menachem Luz
research fields: ancient philosophy: Plato, Aristotle, and Neo-Platonism; classical culture.