My teaching style is one that focuses on the fundamentals of good academic writing! I will provide insightful tools that are designed to help you build and perfect your writing style, grammar and also build up your vocabulary. These tools will not only give you a great foundation to build on, but will give you the confidence to express yourself artfully and completely! Writing is a journey, one that never stops, so let me help you on it!
I am a PhD student at the NMC department at the University of Toronto. I have two prior Master Degrees from Tel Aviv University and McGill University. I have spent 10 years writing and editing in Academia. I will teach very practical and applicable techniques that will not only improve your writing style, grammar and build your vocabulary but also address important topics like thesis development, and introduce you to different academic styles of writing.
PhD, Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations Department
University of Toronto 2018-2022
Supervisor: Dr. Robert Holmstedt
Master of Arts (Thesis), Department of Religious Studies
McGill University 2016-2018
Thesis Title: Khirbet Qeiyafa: A Re-Examination of the Site’s Architectural Remains and
its Socio-Political Implications
Primary Supervisor: Dr. Patricia Kirkpatrick
Master of Arts (Non-Thesis), Faculty of Humanities
Tel-Aviv University 2015-2016
Magna Cum Laude, CGPA 4.0 (93/100)
MA degree in the Archaeology & Ancient Near Eastern Cultures International Program,
including 4 weeks of field archaeology at Tel Azekah
Bachelor of Arts (Non-Degree), Faculty of Arts & Science
University of Toronto 2014-2015
Took undergraduate and graduate level courses predominantly in the Near & Middle
Eastern Civilizations Department
Bachelor of Arts, Faculty of Arts
McGill University 2009-2013
Major Concentration in World Religions
Minor Concentration in Jewish Studies
Teaching Assistant Fall Term 2018
University of Toronto, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations Department
NMC256: 1001 Nights Around the World
Instructor: Dr. Jeannie Miller
Key responsibilities included primarily of proctoring exams, grading assignments and examinations, teaching academic writing workshops (thesis development)
and meeting with students.
Teaching Assistant Fall Term 2017
McGill University, Department of Religious Studies RELG201: Religions of the Ancient Near East Instructor: Dr. Eric Bellavance
Key responsibilities included primarily of proctoring exams, grading assignments and
examinations and meeting with students.
Teaching Assistant Winter Term 2017
McGill University, Department of Religious Studies RELG207/255: Introduction to the Study of World Religions Instructor: Dr. Jim Kanaris
Key responsibilities included grading assignments and examinations, meeting with
students, leading learning cells and giving a guest lecture in my area of study.
Guest Lecturer: Introduction to Biblical Archaeology: the reliefs at Lachish Winter 2017 In RELG207/255, “Introduction to Biblical Archaeology”, I introduced the field of Biblical Archaeology, with an emphasis on some socio-historical approaches used by scholars in the
field of archaeology both historically and currently. Other objectives of the course were to introduce students to the complicated history and relationship between biblical studies and archaeology.
February 11-23, 2018
2 weeks of filed archaeology at the archaeological site of Masada (season 2) as a field volunteer. Excavation at site is part of the renewed excavation project conducted on behalf of Tel Aviv University under the direction of Dr. Guy Stiebel (Excavation Director)
4 weeks of field archaeology at the archaeological site of Tel Azekah (season 5) as part of the
requirements of the MA program at Tel Aviv University.
1 week of archaeological survey at Tel Aphek (Antipatris) as a field volunteer under Sabina
Kleiman (PhD candidate at Tel Aviv University)
Modern Hebrew: Beginner (Speaking), Beginner (Reading and Writing); completed 2 semesters of Ulpan (Level A-B) at Tel Aviv University
French: Intermediate (Speaking), Intermediate (Reading and Writing); completed AP French (equivalent to 3 credits at the university level) in High School (Ontario), 6 credits at the undergraduate level (McGill University), Passed Proficiency Exam for Doctorate Degree
3-month exchange program to France in High School
Biblical Hebrew: Intermediate (Reading and Writing); 6 credits at the undergraduate level (McGill University) and 3 credits at the graduate level (McGill University)
Ancient (Attic) Greek for Beginners: Beginner (Reading and Writing); 4 credits at the graduate level (Tel Aviv University)
Biblical Greek: Beginner (Reading and Writing); 6 credits at the undergraduate level Latin: Basic Beginner (Reading and Writing); 6 credits at the undergraduate level
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
Co-President, Ted Talks Society, Tel Aviv University (2014-2015)
Student Ambassador, Madrichim TAU (International Students Society), Tel Aviv University
Member, TAU MMUN, Tel Aviv University (2014-2015)
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