Prof. Shaul Katzir is a historian of science and technology with interests ranging from ancient Greek science to twentieth century physics and technology, and to the historiography of Nazi Germany. He has published extensively on the history of the physical sciences and connected technologies and their interactions in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in leading journals and a book series of the history of science, technology and the modern West. Katzir is a graduate of the Cohn Institute, where he earned an MA (1996) and a PhD (2003). Before returning to Tel Aviv University as a faculty member, he had received research fellowships from the Hebrew University, the Leo Baeck Institute (London), the Alexander von Humboldt foundation, the European Research Council with the Gerda Henkel foundation (Marie Curie fellow), and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (Berlin), in which he is a regular visitor.


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