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Dr. Judith Bronstein

Program director

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Office: Eshkol Tower, Room 1613             


Dr. Bronstein is a lecturer in the Department of Israel Studies and in the School of History. She received her BA and MA from the University of Haifa and her PhD from the University of Cambridge. Dr. Bronstein research focuses on the Military Orders and the Crusade movement, on which she has published numerous papers and a book The Hospitallers and the Holy Land; Financing the Latin East, 1187-1274.  She is currently involved in a research project which studies the role medieval material culture has played in the building of a Jewish nation in the land of Israel. This research is part of an ongoing project: “Framing the Medieval Mediterranean”, supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories initiative. She is also currently involved in a research project which studied the relation between food and culture in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem.

Judith Bronstein