Space, Maps and Movement in History

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“Technological Humanities”, Adraba – a Podcast of the Open University and Galey Tzahal, 14 February 2023 (Hebrew)

“Views from the East after 1881: The First References to Antisemitism in the Hebrew Press”, the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem, January 2023 (Hebrew)

“Textual Reuse in Journalism: Exploring the Early History of Hebrew Journalism with a Computer”, The Digital Channel of Zefat Academic College, 19 May 2022 (Hebrew)

“The Foreigner and The Drifter: The Gendarmerie and The Attempt to Limit Movement in 19th Century Germany‏”, in Towards a brave world: rebuilding Europe after Napoleon, Utrecht, April 2022 (English)

“Race as a Spatial Matter – The Role of Cartographers in the Invention and Affirmation of Racial Categories” in 60 Years for Moreshet, Tel Aviv and Giv’at Haviva, November 2021 (Hebrew)

“The ‘Naturalization’ of Technology: Visual Representations of 19th Century Trains and Railways as Natural Phenomenon in the German World” in Views to Modernity, Ra’anana, May 2019 (Hebrew)

“’Imagined Motion in Haifa: A Digital Reading of the Concepts of Space and Time in Ekhtaye by Emile Habibi” in Distant Reading and Computational Research in Hebrew Literature, Beer Sheba, April 2021 (Hebrew)

“The Significance and Uniqueness of Passover in Jewish Culture – A Computational Analysis of Nineteenth Century Hebrew Journalism”, in Everyone’s Holidays in The Media, Ra’anana, 5 April 2021 (Hebrew)