Lectures by Team Members

  • 2017 Jan 25

    Seminar | Jewish Spaces and Places in Medieval Northern Europe


    Student Presentations
    10:30am to 12:00pm


    Faculty of Humanities, Room 2501, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus Campus.

    The students in the course "Jewish Spaces and Places in Medieval Northern Europe" presented their research and their ideas for future papers. They offered original and thoughtful insights on the daily life of medieval Jews through the lens of space.

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  • 2016 Nov 23

    Seminar | Methodological Tools for the Analysis of Medieval Iconography


    Dr. Neta bodner, HUJI
    12:30pm to 2:00pm


    Y. Rabin Building Mount Scopus Campus

    Dr. Bodner explained the term iconography, and introduced methodological tools for the analysis of medieval iconography. Next she presented several examples of medieval objects and discussed the ways to understand their symbolic meanings. In this manner, she showed that physical objects and images can be used as an important historical sources for the study of medieval history.