Curriculum Vitae

E-mail address: liat.kozma@mail.huji.ac.il

HIGHER EDUCATION

2000-2006

 

 

Ph.D. in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies and History, New York University (with distinction)

Title: ""Women on the Margins and Legal Reform in Late Nineteenth-Century Egypt, 1852-1882".

1997-2000

M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies, Tel Aviv University (summa cum laude)

Summer 1996

Peace Research course, International Summer School, Oslo University

1993-1997

B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies and Psychology, Tel Aviv University

 

APPOINTMENTS AT THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY

2011-present

Senior lecturer, Hebrew University

2007-2011

Lecturer, Hebrew University

2006-2007

Post-doctoral position, Hebrew University

ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS/TASKS AT THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY

2014-present

Head of the Levtzion Center for Islamic Studies

2010-2012

Academic head of the MA program in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at the Rothberg International School

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Scholarships and Fellowships:

June 2007

The Tel Aviv Prize for best dissertation.

2006-2007

Women's Group Fellowship of the Mexican Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

May 2006

Heller-Bernard Dissertation Research Award, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, New York University

2005/2006

Dean’s Dissertation Writing Fellowship, New York University

2001-2005

MacCracken Fellowship, New York University

Summer 2001

Andrew Sauter Predoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities for predoctoral research, New York University

2000/2001

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) International Fellowship

May 1999

The School of History Scholarship, Tel Aviv University

May 1999

Chaim Herzog Center Scholarship for Master’s Students, Ber Sheva University

April 1999

Bourse de Stage, Centre International des étudiants et Stagiares, Paris

April 1997

Dean’s Award for Excellence

April 1996

Dean’s Award for Excellence

RESEARCH GRANTS

2017-2022

ERS Consolidator Grant "A Regional History of Medicine, 1830-1960"

 

Organizing international conference

January 2012   On the Move: The Middle East and the “First Modern Globalization” (1880-1940), (funded by the Israeli Science Foundation)

Organizing committee of national conferences

October 2016  The Annual Conference of the Israeli Society for the History of Law

May 2008        The Annual Conference of the Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Association of Israel

Organizing conferences at the Hebrew University

March 2011     The Study of Women and Gender in the Middle East: A Contemporary Outlook

(in honor of Prof. Ruth Roded; with the Truman Institute and the Levtzion Center)

May 2009        Women and Islamic courts in Israel

                        (the Truman Institute and the Levtzion Center)

May 2008        Nationalism in the Middle East

                        (in honor of Prof. Haim Gerber)

Grants submitted:

2016

ERC Consolidators' Grant, "A Regional History of Medicine, 1830-1960" (pending)

2010

Gerda Henkel Foundation, “Traffic in Women in the Middle East and North Africa and International Abolition Efforts, 1900-1939” (rejected)

2009

German-Israeli Fund, with Dr. Miri Shefer and Dr. Reiner Brömer: “Medical Theories and Practices in the long Nineteenth Century: A Middle Eastern Case Study of Globalization” (rejected).

MEMBERSHIP IN A PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION

The Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Association of Israel

Middle Eastern Studies Association

TEACHING AT THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY

PhD student

Lily Eilan (with Prof. Hillel Cohen)

Taghreed Ka'adan (ABD)

Master’s Students

Yael Segev (with Prof. Tamar Rappoport); graduated 2014, with distinction)

Iddo Flesenthal (with Prof. Yuval Harari, graduated 2014)

Eyal David (with Prof. Harvey Goldberg graduated 2014, with distinction)

Eli Osheroff (with Dr. Abigail Jacobson, graduated 2015, with distiction)

 

Bachelor's degree courses

Women, Gender and Feminism in the Middle East

Colonialism and Nationalism in the Middle East

The History of Modern Egypt

Women's History in Historical Perspective

Social history of the modern Middle East

The Middle East and the First Modern Globalization

 

Master's degree courses

Colonialism and Nationalism in the Middle East

Methodological Discussions in the History of the Middle East from the Beginning of Islam to the Present (with Prof. Michal Biran).

Sexuality in the history of the Modern Middle East

Feminist Movements in the Middle East

History of Medicine in the Middle East

The Middle East and the League of Nations