History and Art, History of Objects, Cultural History, Cabinets of wonder, History of Freemasonry.
2015 - current PhD in history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
2011-2015 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Master of Arts: History
2008-2011 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Bachelor of Arts: History and Complementary Studies
Fellowships and Awards:
2014 The Faculty of History at the Hebrew University's Mosse prize for outstanding essays with the essay ''Unwarped of prejudice'': Oppenheim's The contemplation of the Rings and the question of tolerance''
2015 The Michael Hed Z''L prize for outstanding essay with the Master thesis ''Oppenheim's The contemplation of the Rings, the German Freemasons and the question of tolerance''
Scholarship from the Trink Endowment Fund for the academic year 2015/2016
2016- Graduate Honors Program Hebrew University Jerusalem Mosse Scholarship
2011- current Richard Koebner Center for German History at the Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel
2017-2018 Mosse Fellow at UW-Madison
October 2014 - Research assistant Prof. Wahrman, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
March 2015 Teaching assistant of Prof. Menahem Blondheim, for the course ''USA: From the Civil War to the Cold War''
September 2013 - current Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Research assistant of Prof. Dror Wahrman
2011- 2013 Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Research assistant ''The image of heros among German and Israeli Youth.'', Prof. Gad Yair and Yaron Girsh.
Conferences and Workshops:
2018 Paper “The Lore of the Machines” presented at Image and Text: Early Modern Visual Culture in Context, CEMS UW-Madison.
2018 Workshop Digital Humanities - The Case of Emblem Books and Early Modern Images, CEMS UW-Madison.
German: Mother tongue