Hirschfeld Visiting Associate Professor of Judaic Studies and Visiting Associate Professor of Urban Studies, Brown University
Marcus Bierich Distinguished Visitor - Class of Fall 2020
Katharina Galor is an art historian and archaeologist specializing in the visual and material culture of Israel-Palestine. She is currently the Visiting Hirschfeld Associate Professor at Brown University with a joint appointment in the Program of Judaic Studies and the Program of Urban Studies. Galore has also taught at the Hebrew University, Ecole biblique et archéologique française in Jerusalem, Tufts University, Rhode Island School of Design, and, most recently, at Humboldt University in Berlin. Her publications include The Archaeology of Jerusalem: From the Origins to the Ottomans (co-authored with Hanswulf Bloedhorn; Yale University Press, 2013), Finding Jerusalem: Archaeology Between Science and Ideology (University of California Press, 2017), and, with Sa’ed Atshan, The Moral Triangle: Germans, Israelis, Palestinians (Duke University Press, 2020). She is currently at work on Jewish Women: Portraits of Conformity and Agency, a project supported by a grant from the Leo Baeck Institute, Berlin.