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III Congreso Internacional Historia a Debate Santiago de Compostela

III Congreso Internacional Historia a Debate
Santiago de Compostela, 14-18 de julio de 2004


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March, 2004

Curriculum Vitae: DIEGO OLSTEIN

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: March 24, 1970.
Place of Birth: Baha Blanca, Argentina.
Marital Status: Married with two children.
E-mail: [email protected]

ACADEMIC CAREER

1997-2002: Ph. D. Department of History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Summa cumLaude.

1993-1996: M. A. Department of History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Cum Laude.

1990-1993: B. A. Department of History and Department of Psychology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Cum Laude.

STUDIES AND RESEARCH ABROAD

2003-2004: Visiting Scholar at the Department of History, Boston University, Boston.

1998-1999: Visiting Researcher at the Department of Medieval History, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientficas (Higher Council of Scientific Research), Madrid.

1994-1995: Visiting Student at the Department of Medieval History, Universidad Complutense, Madrid.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Olstein, D. Being Arabized and Christians in post-conquest (1085) Toledo: Revisionism Revised. 18 typewrite pages. Forthcoming
Olstein, D.
The Arabic origins of Romance Private Documents. 12 typewrite pages. Forthcoming

Olstein, D. "Top-Down/Bottom-Up Tendencies in the Historiography of Medieval Spain:

The Mozarabs, a Case Study". 31 typewrite pages. Forthcoming

Olstein, D. World History from Jerusalem. Journal of World History. 12 typewrite pages.Forthcoming

Olstein, D. Globalization and Historical Writing since the "Global Village". Comparativ. (In print).

Olstein, D. "El Pndulo Mozarabe". ("The Mozarab Pendulum") Anales Toledanos. 39 (2003) pp. 37-77.

Olstein, D. "A Minority under Two Opposing Majorities: The Morazabs of Medieval Spain". In Volkov, Sh. Being Different: Minorities, Aliens and Outsiders in History. Jerusalem, 2000, pp. 79-92. (Hebrew)

Olstein, D. "Historiografa Mozrabe en su Contexto: Restauracin, Dictadura y Democracia". ("Mozarab Historiography in its Context: Restoration, Dictatorship and Democracy") Reflejos. 8 (1999) pp. 91-104.

Olstein, D. "Los Fragmentos Hartzianos y el Medioevo Hispano". (Louis Hartz's Fragments and Medieval Spain) Reflejos. 6 (1997) pp. 71-79.

PRESENTATIONS

2004: International Medieval Congress. University of Leeds. Lecture: The Mozarab Era: The Mozarabs from Toledo in the 12th and 13th Centuries.

2004: Annual meeting of the Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies. UCLA.Lecture: Being Arabized and Christians in post-conquest (1085) Toledo: Revisionism Revised.

2003: Workshop in Comparative Globalizations. Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University. Lecture: Globalization and Historical Writing since the "Global Village".

2002: Multidisciplinary Seminar on Religious Conversion. Hebrew University.Lecture: "The Islamisation of Al-Andalus".

2001: Department of History. Methodological Seminar. Hebrew University.Lecture: "Historiography, Sources and History".

2000: Department of Islamic and Middle East Studies. Departmental Seminar. Hebrew University Lecture: "The Mozarab Minority".

1999: Department of Medieval History. Departmental Seminars. CSIC (Higher Council of Scientific Research), Madrid.

1998: Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies. Departmental Seminar. Hebrew University Lecture: "Minorities of Medieval Spain".

1997: Annual Congress of the Israeli Historical Society. Lecture: "A Minority under Opposed Rulers: The Mozarabs".

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2004- : Lecturer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1996-2003: Teaching Assistant and Ph. D. Instructor. Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Courses taught:

Introduction to World History

Introduction to History

History of World Historiography

Conquerors and Conquested in Medieval Iberia

Medieval Spain: Conflict and Encounter

The Struggle for Iberia: al-Andalus vs. the Christian Kingdoms

Reconquista, Military Enterprise and Social Consolidation

Medieval Spain: A Feudal Society?

Society Organized for War or the Encounter of Three Cultures?

HONORS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2003-2004: Yad haNadiv Fellowship.

2003-2004: Fulbright Fellowship.

2002-2003: Bronfman Prize for the best dissertation in the Faculty of Humanities, Hebrew University.

2000-2001: Meyer Prize for Outstanding Ph. D. Student of Medieval History, Department ofHistory, Hebrew University.

1998-1999: Fellowship of Universidad Complutense for Foreign Students.

1996-1998: Gutwirt Fellowship for Outstanding M. A. Students.

1995-1999: Fellowship for Research Students. Faculty of Humanities.

1994-1995: Fellowship of Universidad Complutense for Foreign Students.

1993: Talmon Prize for Outstanding B.A. Graduate, Department of History, Hebrew University.

1992-1994: Dean List of Outstanding Students. Faculty of Humanities.



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