Prof. Dr. Katharina Galor
My project on Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Ancient Jewish Visual and Material Culture explores how women, gender, and sexuality shaped a distinctive Jewish visual and material culture during the Roman and Byzantine periods.Various forms of representation, artifacts and structural remains will be examined in light of literary evidence, primarily Talmudic and other contemporary sources.My goal for this research period will be (1) to map the project's conceptual and geographic boundaries and (2) to complete a draft of the first two chapters, one of which will deal with various aspects of "social skin" and the other with different issues related to "sacred space".
1998 – present
Visiting Professor at Brown University
Post-doctorate in History and Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Ph.D. in Ancient Art and Archaeology, Brown University
Diplome d’etudes approfondi, History of Art and Archaeology, Universite D'Aix-Marseille 1
K. Galor, H. Bleodhorn, The Archaeology of Jerusalem: From the Origins to the Ottomans. New Haven (2013).
K. Galor, G. Avni (Eds.), Unearthing Jerusalem: 150 Years of Archaeological Research in the Holy City. Proceedings of the Conference held at Brown University November 12-14, 2006, Warsaw, Indiana (2011).
K. Galor, T. Waliszewski (Eds.), From Antioch to Alexandria. Studies in Domestic Architecture during the Roman and Byzantine Periods, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean.
"The stepped water installations of the Sepphoris Acropolis", in: D. Edwards, C. McCollough (Eds.), The Archaeology of Difference: Gender, Ethnicity and the ‘Other’ in Antiquity, Studies in Honor of Eric M. Meyers. Boston, 205-217.
K. Galor, J.-B. Humbert, J. Zangenberg (Eds.), Qumran. The Site of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Archaeological Interpretations and Debates. Proceedings of the Conference held at Brown University November 17-19, 2002, Leiden (2006).
K. Galor, P. Bienkowski, Crossing the Rift: Resources, Routes, Settlement Patterns and Interaction in the Wadi Arabah, Proceedings of the Conference held at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, GA, November 19, 2003, Levant Supplementary Series 3, Warswaw Indiana (2006).