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Curriculum Vitae and Publications
A. Curriculum Vitae
1. Personal Details

Date of Aliyah: 30 June 1967

Marital Status: married + 2

Office Address and Phone: University of Haifa, (9724) 8240109


2. Academic Ranks and Tenure in Institutions of Higher Education

1980…………………..Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Ph. D.

1973-81 University of Haifa, General History Assistant A, B, Tutor

1981-84 University of Haifa, General History Lecturer

1984-85 Fordham University, New York Visiting Professor

l985-90 University of Haifa, General History Senior Lecturer with Tenure

1988-91 Oranim, School of Education Chairperson, History School

1990- 2000 University of Haifa, General History Associate Professor

1995-96 Clare Hall, Cambridge Visiting Fellow, Life Member

2000 University of Haifa, General History Full Professor



3. Offices in University Academic Administration
1987-91 Chairperson, Honor Students Program.

1988-91 Member, Senate Executive Committee.

1991-92 Chairperson, Library Committee.

1992-95 Chairperson, General History Department.

1995-96 Chairperson, Committee for the Improvement of Teaching.

1995-97 Chairperson, Committee for Professional-Track Grants.

1996-99 Chairperson, Admission Committee.

1996-97 Chairperson, University Forum for the Improvement of Teaching.



    1. 1997-2000 Academic Head, Pre-academic Unit.

2001-2004 Member, Appointment Committee

2003- 2004 Chairperson, Senate Library Committee

2004- Dean of Graduate Studies
4. Scholarly Positions and Activities Outside the University
1982-84 Coordinator, The Israeli Historical Society, Haifa and Northern Israel.

1987- Reader, The Jewish Quarterly Review.

1991 Member, Academic Committee for the founding of the Dept. of Communication

The College for Management, Jerusalem.

1996- Reader, Journal of Medieval History.



  1. Reader, Open University

2002- Secretary, Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East (700 members worlwide)

2003 Member, Academic Committee for the Israel Prize ( History)

2003, 2004 Member, Academic Committee for the Alon Prize

2004- Editorial Board, Medieval Encounters

2005- Editorial Board, Journal of Medieval History

2006 Member, Institute for Scholars, la Maison des Sciences de l'homme and Reid Hall (Columbia University, Paris)

2006- Editorial Board, Kesher: Journal of Media and Communications History in Israel and the Jewish World.

B. Publications
1980
1. “Les Hébreux du XIVeme siècle: La formation des stéréotypes nationaux en France et en Angleterre,” Ethno-psychologie 35, pp. 55-65.
1982
2. “Contemporary Attitudes Concerning the Templars' Affair: Propaganda Fiasco?” Journal of Medieval History 8, pp. 135-147.
3. “La naissance d'une nouvelle source d'autorité: L'université de Paris,” Revue historique 268-2, pp. 305-327.
1983
4. “Vers une conscience nationale: Mythe et symbolisme au début de la Guerre de Cent Ans,” Le Moyen Age 89, pp. 85-97.
1984
5. “Isabelle of France, Queen of England: A Reconsideration,” Journal of Medieval History 10, pp. 107-124.
6. “Philippe le Bel: Genèse d'une image,” Revue Belge de philologie et d'histoire 62, pp. 689-702.
1985
7. “‘Un peuple qui a sa demeure à part’: Boniface VIII et le sentiment national français,” Francia 12, pp. 193-208.
8. “Faith, Myth and Politics: The Stereotype of the Jews and their Expulsion from England and France,” The Jewish Quarterly Review 75, pp. 351-374.
9. “Una historia que no se repite: El Reino Cruzado y el Estado de Israel,” Majshavot 24-3, pp. 81-86.
1986
10. “Holy Wars and Sainted Men: Christian War Propaganda in the Middle Ages,” Journal of Communication 36-2, pp. 52-62. [with Esther Cohen]
11. “The Expulsion of the Jews in the Late Middle Ages,” Zion [Hebrew] 51-3, pp. 319-332.
12. “La Orden de Calatrava y el Clero Andaluz (siglos XIII-XV),” En la España Medieval: Estudios en memoria del Profesor D. Claudio Sánchez Albornoz, 5-1, vol. 1, pp. 633-653.
13. “Réflexions sur quelques papes français du bas Moyen Age: Un problème d'origine,” Revue d'histoire ecclésiastique 81, pp. 117-130.
14. “The Failure of John XXII’s Policy Toward France and England: Reasons and Outcomes, 1316-1334,” Church History 55-4, pp. 423-437.
15. “The Story of a Queen: Isabelle of France, Queen of England,” [Hebrew] Zmanim 21, pp. 32-39.
1987
16. “The King, the Church and the Jews: Some Considerations on the Expulsions from England and France,” Journal of Medieval History 13, pp. 223-236.
17. “A Juridical Chapter in the History of the Order of Calatrava: The Mastership of Don Alonso de Aragón (1443-1444),” The Legal History Review 55, pp. 321-334.

18. “Una personificación del ideal caballerezco en el medioevo tardío: Don Alonso de Aragón,” Revista de la Universidad de Alicante 6, pp. 9-29.


19. “The Two Swords: Genesis and Decline of a Myth,” [Hebrew] in Priesthood and Monarchy: Studies in the Historical Relationship of Religion and State, ed. I. Gafni and G. Motzkin (Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center), pp. 123-139.
20. “Religious Symbols and Royal Propaganda in the Late Middle Ages: The Crusades,” in Idéologie et Propagande in France, ed. Myriam Yardeni (Paris: Picard), pp. 55-61.
1988
21. “Clément V et le royaume de France: Un nouveau regard,” Revue d'histoire de l'Eglise de France 74, pp. 23-38.
1989
22. “The Military Orders: Hospitallers and Templars,” in Chronicles of the Crusades: Eye-Witness Accounts of the Wars Between Christianity and Islam, ed. Elizabeth Hallam (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson), p. 254.

23. “Bernard of Clairvaux,” Ibid., p. 124.

24. “The Children’s Crusade,” Ibid., p. 242.

25. “The Albigensian Crusade,” Ibid., p. 230.


1990

26. The Vox Dei: Communication in the Middle Ages (New York: Oxford University Press), 353 pp., 30 plates and 6 maps.


27. “A Propaganda Campaign in the Reign of Philip the Fair: 1302-1303,” French History 4, pp. 427-454.
1992
28. “Au commencement était le Verbe: Propagatio Fidei et propagande au Moyen Age,” Revue Belge de philologie et d'histoire 70, pp. 330-356 (with Jeannine Horowitz).
29. “The Transmission of News in the Period of the Crusades,” Medium Aevum Quotidianum 27 (Krems: Gesellschaft zur Erforschung der materiellen Kultur des Mittelalters, 1992), ed. Gerhard Jaritz, pp. 116-118.
1993
30. “The Templar Order: A Failed Ideal?” The Catholic Historical Review 79, pp. 1-21.
31. “The Humorous Stereotype of Women in Medieval Sermons,” Massachusetts Journal of Communication 11-1, pp. 34-42 [with Jeannine Horowitz].
32. Book Review:

J. M. Upton-Ward, The Rule of the Templars: The French Text of the Rule of the Order of the Knights Templar (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1992), in The Catholic Historical Review (1993): 519-520.


1994
33. L'humour en chaire: Le rire dans l'Eglise médiévale, with Jeannine Horowitz (Genève: Labor et Fides), 287 pp., 14 plates.
34. “The Crusades and Their Impact on the Development of Medieval Communication,” in Kommunikation zwischen Orient und Okzident: Alltag und Sachkultur, Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Internationaler Kongress Krems an der Donau (6. bis 9. Oktober 1992), ed. Harry Kühnel, vol. 17 (Wien: Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften), pp. 69-90.
35. “Man and His Dog in the Middle Ages,” [Hebrew] The World of Dogs (July), pp. 32-33; (August), pp. 32-33.
1995
36. “Medieval Literacy and Media,” in Communication in History: Technology, Culture, Society, eds. David Crowley and Paul Heyer, second edition (New York: Longman), pp. 72-79.
37. “Dogs in Medieval Islam,” [Hebrew] The World of Dogs (January), pp. 32-33.

38. “Dogs in Christian Theology,” [Hebrew] The World of Dogs (February), pp. 8-10.

39. “Dogs, Their Image and Status in Rabbinical Sources,” [Hebrew] The World of Dogs (March), pp. 8-10 .
1996
40. Ed. Cross Cultural Convergences in the Crusader Period: Essays Presented to Aryeh Grabois on his sixty-fifth birthday (New York: Peter Lang), with Michael Goodich and Sylvia Schein, 333 pp., 1 map.
41. Ed. Communication in the Jewish Diaspora: The Pre-Modern Period (Brill: Leiden), 426 pp., 8 maps.
42. “Rhetoric and Its Practice in Medieval Sermons,” Historical Reflections 22-2, pp. 321-350 [with Jeannine Horowitz].
43. “Tartars, Jews, Saracens, and the Jewish-Mongol Plot of 1241,” History 81, pp. 319-342.
44. “Quand le rire devient grinçant: la satire politique aux XIIIe et XIVe siècles,” Le Moyen Age 102, pp. 437-463 [with Jeannine Horowitz].
45. “Rewriting the History of the Templars According to Matthew Paris,” in Cross Cultural Convergences in the Crusader Period: Essays Presented to Aryeh Grabois (New York: Peter Lang), pp. 183-213.
46. “The ‘Pre-History’ of Communication,” in Communication in the Jewish Diaspora: The Pre-Modern Period (Brill: Leiden), pp. 1-13.
47. “Communication in the Jewish Diaspora: A Survey,” in Communication in the Jewish Diaspora: The Pre-Modern Period (Brill: Leiden), pp. 15-57.
48. “The Communication Challenge of the Early Crusades, 1099-1187,” in Autour de la première croisade, Actes du Colloque de la Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East (Clermont-Ferrand, 22-25 juin 1995), ed. Michel Balard (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne), pp. 293-314.
49. “Matthew Paris and the Jews: A Reconsideration,” in Die Mittelalterliche Chronik, ed. Prof. Dr. Hans van Dijk (Utrecht: Utrecht University Press, 13-16 July 1996), pp. 69-70.
Book Review:

50. Ivan G. Marcus, Rituals of Childhood: Jewish Acculturation in Medieval Europe (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996), in Patterns of Prejudice 30, pp. 90-92.


1997
51. “Dogs: God’s Worst Enemies?” Society and Animals 5-1, pp. 23-44.
52. “Matthew Paris’s Attitudes Toward Anglo-Jewry,” Journal of Medieval History 23, pp.139-162.
Book Review:

53. David Nirenberg, Communities of Violence: Persecution of Minorities in the Middle Ages (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996), in Patterns of Prejudice 31, pp. 66-69.


1998
54. Clement V (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 351 pp., 4 maps.
55. “The Hospitallers During the Pontificate of Clement V: The Spoiled Sons of the Papacy?” in The Military Orders: Welfare and Warfare, ed. Helen Nicholson (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 153-162.
56. “Dogs: A Story of Friendship,” Society and Animals 6-1, pp. 67-86.
1999
57. “The Military Orders in the Crusader Period,” in Knights of the Holy Land: The Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem (Jerusalem: The Israel Museum), pp. 136-141; in Hebrew: pp. 116-121.
Book Reviews:

58. Norman Golb, The Jews in Medieval Normandy: A Social and Intellectual History (Cambridge: C.U.P., 1998), Speculum, pp. 468-470.


59. Charles F. Briggs, Giles of Rome’s De Regimine Principum: Reading and Writing Politics at Court and University, c. 1275-c. – c. 1525 (Cambridge: C.U.P., 1999), Church History 69-4, p. 989.
2000
60. “Hunting and Attachment to Dogs in the Pre-Modern Period,” in Companion Animals and Us: Exploring the Relationships Between People and Pets, eds. Anthony L. Podberscek, Elizabeth Paul and James A. Serpell (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 42-60.
61. “Dogs in the Classical Tradition,” “Couched as a lion…who shall rouse him up,” Depictions of Animals from the Leo Mildenberg Collection (Museum Hecht, Haifa), pp. 53-57, 63-67.
Book Review:

62. Marco Mostert, ed., New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Turnhout: Brepols, 1999), The Medieval Review [online]. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University, 4 November 2000.


2001

Book Review:

63. Robin R. Mundill, England’s Jewish Solution: Experiment and Expulsion. 1262-1290 (Cambridge: C.U.P., 1998), Speculum 76-3, pp. 765-766.


2002
64. “Just War, Crusade and Jihad: Conflicting Propaganda Strategies During the Gulf Crisis (1990-1991), Revue Belge de Philologie et d’histoire 80, pp. 385-400 [with Daniel Gutwein]
Book Review:

65. Les origines de la féodalité: Hommage à Claudio Sanchez Albornoz, eds. Joseph Pérez et Santiago Aguadé Nieto (Madrid: Casa de Velázquez, 2000), Mediterranean Historical Review 17-2, pp. 86-88.


2003
66. “Pope Clement V,” The New Catholic Encyclopedia, 2nd ed., 15 vols., ed. Berard L. Marthaler (Detroit, 2003), vol. 3, pp. 778-780.
67. “Pope Honorius IV,” The New Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 7, pp. 85-86.

68. “Pope John XXII,” The New Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 7, pp. 931-932.

69. “Pope Nicholas III,” The New Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 10, pp. 365-366.

70. “Pope Nicholas IV,” The New Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 10, pp. 366-367.


Books Reviews:

71. Helen Nicholson, The Knights Hospitaller (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2001), The Medieval Review [online]. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University, 22 January.


72. The Second Crusade: Scope and Consequences, eds. Jonathan Phillips and Martin Hoch (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2001), The Medieval Review [online]. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University, 12 September.
2005
73. "A Clash of Expectations: Self-Image Versus the Image of the Knights Templar in Medieval Narrative Sources," Analecta Turonensia 13, pp. 47-58.
74. “Animals in the Bible and Qu'ran,” Encyclopedia or Religion and Nature, eds. Bron R. Taylor and Jeffrey Kaplan, 2 vols. (Bristol), vol. 1, pp. 76-78.

75. “Dogs in the Abrahamic Traditions,” Encyclopedia or Religion and Nature, vol. 1, pp. 497-498.



2006

76. The Catholic Church in the Middle Ages: Ideology and Politics, 4 vols. (Tel Aviv: Open University) [Hebrew].


77. The Birth of Parliaments in the Middle Ages (Tel Aviv: Open University) [Hebrew].
78. “Philip the Fair,” The Crusades: An Encyclopedia, ed. Alan V. Murray, 4 vols. (Santa Barbara), pp. 952-953.

79. “Matthew Paris,” The Crusades: An Encyclopedia, pp. 807-808.

80. “Communications,” The Crusades: An Encyclopedia, pp. 265-269.

81. “Vienne, Council of” The Crusades: An Encyclopedia, pp. 1230-1231.

82. “Clement V,” The Crusades: An Encyclopedia, pp. 262-263.
Book Review:

83. Piers D. Mitchell, Medicine in the Crusades: Warfare, Wounds, and the Medieval Surgeon (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), in The International History Review 28-2, pp. 378-380.


2007
84. Selected Chapters in Medieval Political Philosophy (Tel Aviv: Ministry of Defence).
85. Human Beings and Other Animals, with Benny Arbel et Iosi Terkel. (Jerusalem: Carmel)
86. "Violence Against Dogs: Religion and Ecology in Medieval Western Christendom," in Human Beings and Other Animals, pp. 193-209.

87. "Jacques de Molay, the Last Master of the Temple," in Knighthood of Christ: Essays on the History of the Crusades and the Knights Templar presented to Malcolm Barber on his 65th Birthday (Aldershot, 2007), pp. 229-240.


Book Review:

88 Karsten Plöger, England and the Avignon Popes: The Practice of Diplomacy in Late Medieval Europe (Oxford: Legenda, 2005), The Medieval Review [online]. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University, 30 January.


2008
89. "Medieval States and Military Orders: The Order of Calatrava in the Late Middle Ages," in In Laudem Hierosolymitani: Studies in Crusades and Medieval Culture in Honour of Benjamin Z. Kedar, eds. Iris Shagrir, Ronnie Ellenblum, and Jonathan Riley-Smith (Adershot, 2008), pp. 457-468.
90. "Elections in the Military Orders in the Late Middle Ages: An Achilles' Heel?" Analecta Turonensia 14 (2007), pp. 1-15.

91. "When Jesus met Mohammed in the Holy Land: Attitudes Toward the "Other" in the Crusader Period," Medieval Encounters 14 (2008), pp. 218-237.




  1. "Israeli Historians of the Crusades and Their Main Areas of Research, 1946-2008," Storia della Storiografia, 53 (2008), pp. 3-24.

93. "Communication in the Jewish Diaspora," Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora, 3 vols., ed. M. Avrum (ABC-CLIO, USA), vol. 1, pp. 38-42.



Book Review:

94. Michel Balard, Les Latins en Orient: XIe-XVe siècle (Paris: Presses universitaires de France – Nouvelle Clio, 2006), in Crusades 7 (2008), pp. 223-225.



Forthcoming
95. “Studium, Regnum and Sacerdotium in the Early Avignon Period: The University of Paris,” in Petrarch's Babylon: Cultural Intercourse in Papal Avignon (Minneapolis: Minnessota University Press).
96. "Orality in Chronicles: Texts and Historical Contexts," in Homo Legens (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009), pp. 161-193; Rusian version in Odysseus: Man in History.
97. "In Pursuit of Peace in a Conflicted Area: The Israeli Contribution to the Study of the Crusades,"

Proceedings of the Terruel Conference, ed. Luis Garcia Guijarro.
98. "Iglesia y Monarquía en la Edad Media Tardía: Conflictos y Semejanzas," Aragon en la Edad Media 19, ed. Luis Garcia Guijarro.
99. "Emotions from the Holy Land – The First Crusader Kingdom," Proceedings of the Huesca Conference, ed. Luis Garcia Guijarro.
100. "Self-Image and "the Other" in the Second Crusader Kingdom: 1187-1291," in Studies in Medieval Culture in Honour of Aaron Gurevitch (Russian), eds. Svetlana Luchitskaya, Kirill Levinson, et al.
101. “Communications,” European Dictionary of the Military Orders

102. "Clement V," European Dictionary of the Military Orders



103. "Orality in Medieval Chronicles: Between Text and Context," Chronicles



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