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Dr. Gil Gambash

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Room: 113

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Gil Gambash is the chair of the Department of Maritime Civilizations at the University of Haifa, and the co-founder and director of the Haifa Centre for Mediterranean History. He has been appointed recently the head of the Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies at the University of Haifa. He wrote his PhD in Princeton and Oxford, focusing on the relationship between the Roman empire and its provinces. His current research interests center on ancient Mediterranean empires, particularly with regard to aspects of maritime connectivity, mobility, and logistics. 

assaf yasur

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Inside Univ: 8947/8

Room: 106

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Prof. Assaf Yasur-Landau graduated in archaeology at Tel Aviv University and conducted postdoctoral studies at Harvard University. Dr. Yasur-Landau's main research interests are the ties between the Aegean and the Levant, maritime trade, coastal survey and Canaanite and Phoenician culture. Current research projects include the Tel Kabri Excavations project (Co-director with E.H. Cline, GWU) and the Tel Achziv coastal exploration and publication project.

Dr. Deborah Cvikel

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Out of Univ: 972-4-8240475

Tel - Inside Univ: 2475

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Dr. Deborah Cvikel is a researcher at the Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies, and a lecturer in the Department of Maritime Civilizations, both at the University of Haifa, Israel. She is concentrating on shipwrecks and shipbuilding of the Ottoman period (1516–1918), and contemporary maritime history of the region.

Personal DetailsDr. Dorit Sivan

Permanent Home Address: Haklaim St. 4, Kefar Bialik, 27905, Israel

Home Telephone Number: 972-4-8713879

Office Telephone Number: 972-4-8240246

Cellular Phone: 972-054-8196192

Fax Number: 972-4-8240493

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Over the last two decades I have focused on gaining professional experience, mainly in two intimately connected subjects:

a. The reconstruction of the coastal environment, mainly in the Holocene, recently designated also as 'Landscape Archaeology' due to the integration of human settlement records.

b. Indications of sea-levels over the last 10,000 years, with the emphasis on the last 2-3 millennia and the last 1,000 years. Lately I have also been working again on the MIS5.5 sea-levels at the Galilee coast.

Dr. Dror Angel

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Inside Univ: 8130

Room: 5

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Dr. Dror Angel is a researcher at the Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies, and a senior lecturer in the departments of Marine Biology and Maritime Civilizations at the Charney School of Marine Science. He is a marine ecologist with interests in pelagic and benthic invertebrates, including gelatinous zooplankton (jellyfish), benthic macrofauna and protozoa; interactions between man and the marine environment (e.g. impacts of marine pollution and climate change on marine communities, marine aquaculture) and in finding practical (and sustainable) solutions to problems in the marine environment (e.g. eutrophication).

Dr. Hassan Khalilieh

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Out of Univ: 972-4-8240737

Tel - Inside Univ: 2737

Room: 110

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Dr. Hassan S. Khalilieh is a senior lecturer in the departments of Maritime Civilizations and Inter-disciplinary Studies. He is a specialist in medieval maritime law in the Mediterranean and currently investigating the freedom of trade and navigation as reflected in exegetical jurisprudential, and documentary evidence.

Prof. Ruth Shahack-Gross

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel: 972-54-760-8637   

Room: 116, Multipurpose Building.

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Prof. Sariel Shalev

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Out of Univ: 972-4-8240782

Tel - Inside Univ: 2531/8060

Room: 288

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Throughout my academic career, my major goal has been to continue to contribute and assist in establishing as much as I can to the interdisciplinary study of the archaeology of metals and metallurgy in ancient Israel and the Levant. The major milestones, which I have tried to contribute and further develop, have been and are: 

Prof. (Emeritus) Ehud Spanier

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Out of Univ: 972-4-8240782

Tel - Inside Univ: 2782

Room: 1

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Prof. (Emeritus) Michal Artzy

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Out of Univ: 972-4-8240453

Tel - Inside Univ: 2453/2415

Room: 111

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Prof. (Emeritus) Yossi Mart

Department: Department of Maritime Civilizations

Tel - Out of Univ: 972-48240356

Tel - Inside Univ: 2356

Room: 112

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