Dr. Gilad Natan

Gilad Natan
Research Fellow

Researcher in the fields of Migration and Modern German History.
Parliamentary archivist.


October 2014 – Present (1 year), Research Fellow in the Koebner Center fo German History The Hebrew University Jerusalem.

July 2014 – Present (1 year 3 months), Research fellow in the institute for Immigration and Social Integration

January 2013 – Present (2 years 9 months), Archive Clerk in charge of digital and physical records in the Israeli Parliament.

2010 – Present, Member of the The OECD Expert Group on Migration.

2009, Received his doctorate from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

July 2005 – January 2013 (7 years 7 months)Senior researcher in the Israeli parliament. Focusing on Migration Research, Drug Research, agriculture research and employment research.

2005, became a member of the Richard Koebner-Minerva Center for German History

2004, submitted a Masters of Arts thesis on Franz Justus Rarkowski, the Wehrmacht Feldbischof,

2003-2004, received a one-year research scholarship from the Hebrew University to the University of Freiburg.

2003, received a scholarship from the Center of Austrian Studies in Jerusalem and the University of Vienna to study German for two months in Vienna

2001-2004, studied at the History Department of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel.

2002, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Open University

1997-2001, studied at the Open University, Israel.

1999, member of Kibutz Merom-golan

1976, born in Petach-Tikva Israel