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The Faculty of Humanities
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus
Jerusalem, 9190501

Department Head and Director of Literature Studies: Prof. Ruth Fine, ruth.fine@mail.huji.ac.il

Director of Historical Studies: Dr. Claudia Kedar, claudia.kedar@mail.huji.ac.il

Director of Linguistic Studies: Dr. Aldina Quintana, aldina.quintana@mail.huji.ac.il

Department Advisor for BA Students: Mr. Itay Baruj, etbaruj@gmail.com

Department Advisors for MA and PHD Students: Prof. Ruth Fine (Literature) and Dr. Claudia Kedar (History)

 

For administrative matters, please contact
Ms. Adva Cohen, advac@savion.huji.ac.il
Tel. 02-5883616
Office hours: Sun., Mon., Wed., Thur., 10:00-13:00.
Room: 4502, Faculty of Humanities, Mount Scopus

 

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Prof. Ruth Fine

Department Head and Director of Literature Studies
M.A./PhD advisor (Literature)
Room: 6606 (Humanities), Office hours: Wednesday 14.00-16.00
02-5883830

Research Interests: Spanish Golden Age Literature, The Literature of the Conversos after 1492, Semiotics and Literary Theory, The Work of Cervantes, The Presence of the Bible and of Jewish Elements in the Work of Cervantes, Contemporary Ibero-American literature, The Work of Jorge Luis Borges.

Claudia

Dr. Claudia Kedar

M.A. & PhD advisor (History)
Room: 6620 (Humanities), Office hours: By appointment (set via email)
02-5883847

Research Interests: The history of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, and their relations with Latin America and the U.S.; U.S.-Latin American relations; the Washington Consensus; economic globalization; contemporary Argentina and Chile.

Dafna

Dafna Hornike

Dr. Hornike completed her undergraduate degree in Latin American Studies and Gender Studies Magna Cum Laude at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Ofek Kehila

Ofek Kehila

Room 248 (Mandel Scholion)

Research Interests: Spanish Golden Age Literature, Semiotics and Literary Theory, The Work of Cervantes, Contemporary Ibero-American literature, The Work of Reinaldo Arenas, Rewriting, Empathy in Literature.