Dr. Rivka Gersht

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EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Department of Art History, Tel-Aviv University, 1982-1987. Advisor: Asher Ovadiah. Dissertation: The Sculpture of Caesarea Maritima (Summa cum Laude)

Graduate Student (MA), Department of Art History, Tel-Aviv University, 1974-1976. Advisor: Asher Ovadiah. Roman Sculpture in Israel (Summa cum Laude)

 For the complete CV: CV Gersht 2012

Publications

EDITED  BOOKS

The Sdot Yam Museum Book of the Antiquities of Caesarea Maritima. Hakibbutz Hameuchad. Tel-Aviv (1999) [Hebrew with English abstracts].

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Chapter One: Sculpture. In R. Gersht (ed.), The Sdot Yam Museum Book of the Antiquities of Caesarea Maritima. Hakibbutz Hameuchad. Tel-Aviv (1999) 15-47 [Hebrew with English abstract, Pp. 3*-5*].

The Decorated lintel from the Synagogue at Raqit (Appendices 2). In S. Dar, Raqit – Marinus' Estate on the Carmel, Israel. BAR International Series 1300, Oxford (2004) 178-189.

For the complete list: Publications Gersht 2012 January 

Awards

The Israel Science Foundation. Individual Research Grant no. 31/10 with Peter Gendelman (IAA): Reconstruction and Interpretation of the Decorative Program of the Late Antique Complex Located within Insula W2S3, Caesarea Maritima. 2010-2014

The Biblical Archaeology Society travel scholarship for participating the ASOR Meeting, November 20-23, Washington, DC. 1993

The Morris M. Pulver Scholarship Fund, Canada (c/o Tel-Aviv University) for Ph.D research. 1987

Scholarship, Italian Government, Rome, Italy. For studying the Roman Sculpture in Italy. 1982

 

 

Courses

2011-2012

Myth, Art and Propaganda in Ancient Rome

Consulting the Oracle: Prophesies in Greek Mythology

Secrets of Pompeii

2010-2011

Metamorphosis in Greek and Roman Mythology

Facing death in Ancient Rome

The Alien and the Marginal in the Roman World

2009-2010

Text and Image

Mysteries of Sleep in Greek and Roman Myths

Etruscan Life and Afterlife as Reflected in Art

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