Roni Mikel Arieli is a PhD candidate at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she is writing her dissertation under the supervision of Dr. Louise Bethlehem and Dr. Amos Goldberg on Holocaust memory in South Africa under apartheid and after the transition to democracy. Read more about Roni Mikel Arieli
Tiferet Bassel was born to American immigrants to Israel. She was raised in Jerusalem and currently resides in the city of Jaffa. She is a graduate student in the program of Cultural Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Read more about Tiferet Bassel
Noa Erez, born and raised in Jerusalem, is currently an MA student and teaching assistant in the Department of English at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she also serves as an associate editor for the literary journal Partial Answers.
Yair Hashachar is a PhD candidate in Musicology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He holds an MA in Cultural Studies from the Hebrew University and a BA in Psychology and in Amirim – the Humanities-based interdisciplinary honors program. Read more about Yair Hashachar
Ron Levi is a PhD candidate in the Program in Cultural Studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem where he is writing his dissertation under the supervision of Professor Edwin Seroussi. Read more about Ron Levi
Daniel Salem is a PhD candidate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he is writing his dissertation under the supervision of Dr. Louise Bethlehem and Prof. Moshe Sluhovsky on the influence of exile on pan-African thought among African American and South African political dissidents during the Cold War. Read more about Daniel Salem