Dr. Merav Mack
Merav Mack received her PhD in Medieval History from the University of Cambridge. She won the Lightfoot Award for Ecclesiastical History and the Lady Davis postdoctoral fellowship at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is teaching medieval history at Ben Gurion University of the Negev and an MA seminar in the Department of Comparative Religion at the Hebrew University on the subject of "Contemporary Christianity in the Holy Land". She is a Research Fellow at the Truman Institute for Peace at the Hebrew university and at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. She has recently edited a book on Captives (in Hebrew), which will be publish in the autumn of 2013, as well a special issue on Transnationalism and the Contemporary Christian Communities in the Holy Land” at the Journal of Levantine Studies3:1 (2013) and she is an associate editor of the book Post-Subjectivity, which will be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing in early 2014.