The Temple Mount: Juncture of Beliefs, History and Politics; The “Art” of Zealots: The Jewish-Israeli Case; Jewish Women and Revolutionary Movements, Liberal or Zionist?
Dr. Sarina Chen is a Jewish studies professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her research focuses on Jerusalem, ethnography, Jewish thought, national-religious society in Israel and women and Judaism in modern times. She received her Ph.D. in Jewish Studies from the Hebrew University’s Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies. She has written several articles addressing Jewish Studies and Jewish art, including the textbook Jerusalem and Art (1996) for a televised course by Israeli Educational Television. She has taught classes on memory and folklore, Jewish culture, women and Judaism, Jewish art and Jerusalem.