Tally Gur writes her dissertation at the Dept. of Jewish History, Haifa University. She’s a research fellow at the Bucerius Institute for Contemporary German History and Society and was a Teaching fellow at the “Nofei Yeda” Humanities program. Her study follows the development of Jewish Studies in West-Germany academia after WWII and the Holocaust through different case studies. She studies at the Hebrew University, Ben Gurion University, Berlin (FU), Oslo, and Harvard. She was chosen to the first class of the “Posen Society of Fellows” program (2013-2014) and received the Leo Baeck Jerusalem awards (2014), the DAAD doctoral fellowship etc. She’s a mother to 3 children and lives in a kibbutz north to Haifa, Israel.
Among her recent publications:
“Palästina-Amt” in Jaffa (1908-1920) – value in the Enzyklopädie jüdischer Geschichte und Kultur, Dan Diner (Hrsg.), Verlag J.B. Metzler, Stuttgart/Weimar, January 2014, Band 4, pp. 478-482, With Amos Morris-Reich;
“Wir schreiben von Erez ausführlich” (We shall write from Eretz in further details) A Journey of memories, Transversal – Zeitschrift des Centrums für jüdische Studien, Universität Graz , June 2011, With Katharina Hoba.