History & Theory: Faculty Person

Amir Roni, Dr.

Amir Roni, Dr.

Date: 04/02/2017
CURRICULUM VITAE: RONI AMIR

Name: Roni Amir
Born: Beer Sheva
Citizenship: Israel
Address: 26 Borcohov st. Kiryat Hayovel
Phone Number: 0528611979
I.D Number: 059036475
Military Service: 1983-1985.


1. Academic Education

1991 B.A., with Distinction, Archaeology and General Studies, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

1997 M.A., with Distinction, History of Art and Archaeology, The Hebrew
University, Jerusalem. Thesis title: "Stylistic Development of
Sculptur and Architectural Decoration in the Golan during the Late
Roman and Byzantine periods".

2008 Ph.D., History of Art and Archaeology, The Hebrew University,
Jerusalem. Dissertation title: "Stylistic Trends of Architectural Decoration
in Egypt From the Forth to Seventh Centuries, as Reflected in the City of
Heracleopolis Magna, and in the Monasteries of Apa Apollo in Bawit
and Apa Jeremias in Saqqara".



2. Academic Employment

2017-2005 Emunah College of Art, Head of the Academic Department

2017-2010 Bezalel Academy of Art and Design

Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies2015-2010

2011-1986 Israel Antiquities Authority Archaeologist and Researcher

3. Academic Activities:

Courses taught in the last five years

• New Art History. Emunah College of Art.

• The New Israel Museum. Emunah College of Art.

• History of Art, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design.

• Eros and Thanatos in Greek Mythology, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design.

• Inter Cultural Symposium between Pagans, Jews and Christian in Roman-Byzantine Palestine, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies

• When Design and Archaeology Meet: Materials Objects and People (With Jonathan Ventura, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design.

• Greek Mythology in Visual Culture Today, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design.


Previous Research and Development Activities

Writing the program and responsible for getting the Bachelor of Education (B. Ed.) in Emunah College of Art.

Present Research and Development Activities

"The Dead-Alive and the Living-Dead" (with Dr. Gal Ventura), Protocols, E-Journal, The History and Theory Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, vol. 18, October 2010 (in Hebrew).
http://bezalel.secured.co.il/zope/home/he/1286358025/1286378016

"The Sphinx: From a Gatekeeper to Femme Fatale". Protocols, E-Journal, The History
and Theory Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, vol. , October 2010
(in Hebrew),
http://bezalel.secured.co.il/zope/home/en/1315639275/1315949711


4. Grants and Awards


1996 The Roza Rabinovich Fellowship for Graduate Studies, History of Art
Department, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

1997-2000 The Robert H. and Clarice Smith Fellowship for Graduate
Studies, History of Art Department, Hebrew University,
Jerusalem.

2001 The Abraham and Rachel Negev Award and Scholarship on Behalf of The
Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2003-2006 Scholion, Center in Jewish Studies, The Mandel Scholars Program for PhDs in the Humanities, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.


5. List of Publications

Ben-Arieh, R., “A Wall Painting of a Saint’s Face in the Church of Mt. Berenice”, Biblical Archaeologist 57:3 (1994), pp. 135-137.

Ben-Arieh, R., and Coen Uzzielli, T., “The Pottery”, The Akeldama Tombs, three Burial Caves in the Kidron Valley, Jerusalem (Avni G., and Greenhut Z. eds.), Jerusalem 1996, pp. 73-94.
Ben-Arieh, R., “The Roman Byzantine and Umayyad Pottery”, The Roman Baths of Hammat Gader (Hirschfeld, Y. ed.), Jerusa

amiron@post.bezalel.ac.il