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Dr. Atar Livneh

Atar Livneh received her B.A. in Communication and Ofakim from the University of Haifa (honors program) and her M.A. from the University of Haifa in Biblical Studies (Dead Sea Scrolls). Her Ph.D (2011) consists of an edition and commentary to the Qumran exegetical composition known as “Pseudo-Jubilees.”
Her 2010/2011 post-doctoral study at the University of Notre Dame centered upon the Book of Jubilees, her current post-doctoral project at Center for the Research of the Dead Sea Scrolls at the University of Haifa/ the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem  focusing on the theme of “family in Second Temple Jewish Writings.”


Dr. Romina Vergari

Post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Biblical Studies of the University of Haifa, under the supervision of Dr. Jonathan Ben-Dov.
She obtained her Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of Perugia (2010), defending a dissertation entitled: Dynamic Representation of a Lexical Field. Survey of "Law" Nouns in Biblical Greek. Thesis advisors: Prof. Luciano Agostiniani (Chair of Glottology at the University of Perugia) and Prof. Ida Zatelli (Chair of Hebrew Language and Literature at the University of Florence).
Her current research interests focus on Lexical Semantics, Contrastive Semantics, Septuagint Lexicography.

Romina Vergari