Prof. Dr. Rakefet Zalashik

Rakefet Zalashik

(Photo: Kilian P. Schultes)

Education:  B.A. in History and Anthropology/Sociology, M.A., Ph.D. in History, Tel Aviv University (1996, 2001, 2006)

Areas of Research/Interest: Israeli identity formation, immigrant absorption and the integration of Holocaust Survivors into Israeli society, the relationship between mental health and gender.

Fellowships/Honors: 2009, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Fellowship, 2008, Hadassah-Brandeis Institute Award for Junior Scholars, Brandeis University; 2007: Abramovicz Fellowship Emerging Scholar, Yivo; 2006-2008: Dorot Post-Doctoral Fellowship, New York University, Skirball Center; 2006, Bucerius Fellowship, Haifa University; 2003-2004: School of History, Tel-Aviv University; 2003: Neuberger-Fund, Institute for German History, Tel-Aviv University; 2001: Institute for German History, Tel-Aviv University; 1999 Institute for German History, Tel-Aviv University; 1999: Levkowich- Fund, Tel-Aviv University; 1998: Lessing-Fund, Tel-Aviv University; 1996-1997, Munich Municipality.

Letzte Ă„nderung: 20.03.2013