Ariela Finkelstein

Senior Lecturer in Modern Hebrew
B.A. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1983.
M.A. University of Chicago, 1996.

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS    

The Pinkert Annual Grant, The University of Chicago through the Committee on Jewish Studies and The Humanities Division 2000-2003

Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning - research and travel grant, 1991.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Helena Rubinstein Fellowship for Excellence, 1980-1983.

CONFERENCES

The International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization under the auspices of the President of Israel, Jerusalem, January 2003 - “Which Hebrew should We Teach: The Spoken Language or the Written Language” Paper presented: “Can and should we teach “One” language?”

International Conference, Potsdam University, August 2002 – “Hebrew Language Education at the University Level: a Worldwide Comparison. Paper read: “Using cultural material as a teaching tool”.

The International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization under the auspices of the President of Israel, Jerusalem: “ Hebrew Styles in the Israeli Press Generations”. Summer 2001.  Paper read: “The Reflection of Israeli Culture in Israeli Papers.”

The International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization under the auspices of the President of Israel, Jerusalem: The Contribution of Translation to the Shaping of Modern Hebrew, 1995.  Paper read: “Using Translation a Pedagogical Tool.”

The International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization under the auspices of the President of Israel, Jerusalem: The Role of Classical Hebrew in the Teaching of Modern Hebrew, 1994.  Paper read: “Using Cultural Contents in the Teaching of Modern Hebrew in the Diaspora.”