I am an assistant professor of Law and Digital Humanities at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I hold a degree in law and political science from Tel Aviv University and a PhD in comparative literature from Stanford University. Before joining as a faculty member, I was a post-doctoral research fellow in the Minerva Center for Human Rights and in the Martin Buber Society of Fellows at the Hebrew University. In my research I analyze legal and personal narratives of mass atrocity and systematic human rights violations using advanced computational text analysis techniques from the fields of DH and NLP. My schoalrship has been published in leading journals such as the Law and Society Review, Law and Social Inquiry, Journal of International Criminal Justice and Jewish Studies Quarterly. Prior to my graduate studies, I served as an advocate in Israel State Attorney's Office - High Court of Justice Department.
Faculty of Law and Digital Humanities
The Hebrew University, Mt. Scopus,
9190501, Jerusalem, Israel