LECTURERS

Contact:

Dr. Chava Brownfield Stein
The Faculty of Arts - Hamidrasha
Beit Berl College 

Cell: +972-528801250

Mail: Mccabs(a)gmail.com

Dr. Chava Brownfield-Stein

Studies of Art Education, Faculty of Arts Hamidrasha, Beit Berl College (197578) and Kibbuzim Academic College of  Education (1998-99, Bachelor, summa cum laude).  M.A at Bar-Ilan University, Interdisciplinary Studies (Gender Studies), (20012002 summa cum laude). Doctorate thesis at Bar-Ilan University (20032006) about the eroticization of ‘Civil-Militarism'; in Israel through photographs of IDF Women Soldiers.

Book in 2012: “A Fantasy of the State A Discussion on the Eroticization of ‘Civil-Militarism’ in Israel through Visual Representations of Women-Soldiers“. Since 2014 Senior Lecturer and since 2015 head of the master’s program in Arts Education, Faculty of Arts – Hamidrasha, Beit Berl College.


Specialisms:
Gender, photography, militarism, and memory studies. Her current research is focusing on visual technologies, high-tech weaponry, and gender.

Shared heritage for me is...

the ways our cultural and spiritual pasts are breathing within us in present and compelling us to reflect on ourselves and others, while conveying us toward our futures.

Contact: 

Dr. Christiane Dätsch 

University of Education Ludwigsburg
Institut für Kulturmanagement

Reuteallee 46

D- 71634  Ludwigsburg

Phone: 0049 7141/140-375
Mail: Daetsch(a)phludwigsburg.de

Dr. Christiane Dätsch

Studies of German and Romance philology and Journalism at the Universities of Bamberg and Lyon (1989–95), Doctorate thesis at the University of Hamburg (2000–2003) about the Austrian-Jewish author Ernst Weiß (1882-1940). Volunteer and then editor for local and political news in different newspapers (1995–2000). Officer in public relations (20032011) for Deutsches Literaturarchiv in Marbach/Neckar and Director of Communications for the Badisches Landesmuseum in Karlsruhe. Teaching assignments at the Institute of Journalism and the Centre for Continuing Academic Education at the University of Hamburg. Since 2011 Academic Councillor, since 2015 Senior Academic Councillor at the Institute of Cultural Management, Ludwigsburg University of Education.


Specialisms:
Cultural studies, transculturalism and cultural translation in the museum, Communication management / PR, German literature.


Shared Heritage for me is…
a peacemaking thought that brings us closer to the perspective of others – through history in the present.

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Clemens Klünemann

University of Education Ludwigsburg
Institut für Kulturmanagement

Reuteallee 46

D- 71634 Ludwigsburg

Mail: PuC.Kluenemann(a)gmx.de

Prof. Dr. Clemens Klünemann

Studies in Romance and German language and literature, Greek and Theology at the Universities of Münster, Germany, Louvain-la-Neuve and Toulouse, France. From 1993 to 1998 DAAD Lector at the Université Jean Monnet de Saint-Étienne, France. Doctorate thesis at the Université Jean Jaurès/ Toulouse II ('La conscience intellectuelle et la construction littéraire de l'individu: Romain Rolland et Thomas Mann au moment de la Première Guerre Mondiale'). Since 1998 teacher in a grammar school in Öhringen. From 2004 to 2007 professor in French at the PH Ludwigsburg. Journalist and Critic on the feature pages of various national newspapers, including the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Neue Zürcher Zeitung and Zeit. Translations from French into German particularly on topics of classical philology and anthropology. Since 2008 teaching assignments at the Institute for Cultural Management.


Specialisms:
History of German and French culture and education, translation studies, Italian culture and History, theories of memory culture.


Shared Heritage is for me is...
to recognize one's own in the strange
in other words: through reflection on traditions of thinking and acting, of remembering and forgetting in another culture, to perceive in this very culture the other of my own cultural imprint.

Contact:

Dr. Dalya Yafa Markovich

The Faculty of Arts - Hamidrasha
Beit Berl College 

Phone: +972-50-5473828

Mail: Dalya.markovich(a)beitberl.ac.il

Dr. Dalya Y. Markovich

Studies of Sociology and Anthropology, Education and Teacher Training at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (19972002). Doctorate thesis at the Hebrew University (20032006) about ethnicity, education and identity. Studies of Art History at Tel Aviv University (20072013). Fellow at the Heschel Sustainability Center (20032004) and the Mandel Leadership Institute (20042006). Since 2010 Senior Lecturer at  the  Faculty of Arts Hamidrasha and and at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. Editor of the “Bezalel Journal of Visual and Material Culture”. Book in 2019: “Nationality and Ethnicity in an Israeli School: A Case of Jewish-Arab Students” (London, New York); Editorship with Daphna Agnan-Golan and Nadira Shalhoub-Kevorkian in 2019: “Understanding Campus-Community Partnerships in Conflict Zones, Engaging Students for Transformation Change” (London).


Specialisms:
Ethnicity, nationality and education; Critical pedagogy; Art education.


Shared heritage for me is...

a form of dialogue between cultural property from various origins and their current position/display in exhibitions; the ideological role of the exhibitions; and the different ways the exhibitions define culture and shared culture.