Dr. Tal Kogman

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Dr. Tal Kogman is a senior teacher in the senior academic faculty in The Program for the master degree in Research of Child and Youth Culture, School of Cultural Studies, Tel Aviv University. She took part as a researcher in several international research projects led by Tel Aviv University, as well as teaching in The Program for the master degree in Research of Child and Youth Culture and in the General and Interdisciplinary Studies Program of the Faculty of Humanities.

Fields of specialization

Children's culture and children's education, Haskalah (Jewish Enlightenment) in the German-speaking countries, popular science and textbooks, human–animal relations.

Publications

Book:

 

Kogman, Tal. 2013. The ‘Maskilim’ in Sciences: Jewish Scientific Education in the German-Speaking Region in Modern Times. Jerusalem: Magnes Press. [Hebrew]

 

Editing:

 

Kogman, Tal (and Yael Darr and Yehudit Shteiman). 2010. Dor Ledor: Research Anthology for Exploration and Documentation of the History of Jewish Education in Israel and the Diaspora 36: Children as Avant-Garde: Childhood and Adolescence in Times of Crisis and Social Change [Hebrew]

 

 [Kogman, Tal (and Shmuel Feiner, Zohar Shavit, Natalie Naimark-Goldberg). 2014. The Library of the Haskalah: The Creation of a Modern Republic of Letters in Jewish Society in the German-Speaking Sphere. Tel Aviv: Am Oved Publishers [Hebrew]

 

[Kogman, Tal (Guest Editor). 2016. Animals and Society – The Israeli Journal for the Connection between People and Animals (of The Animals and Society Unit, Zoology Department, George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University). Prof. Joseph Terkel (Editor in Chief) (Peer-reviewed). No. 55, Special issue on Animals in Children’s Culture [Hebrew]

 

Articles in Journals and Chapters in Books:

Kogman, Tal. 2019. “Texts for Boys and for Girls: Concepts of Childhood, Gender and Education in German Jewish Society in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Journal of Jewish Studies LXX (2), 357-374

 

Kogman, Tal. 2017. “Changes in Hebrew scientific Discourse in the First Half to the 19th Century in AshkenazShviley Olam by Samson Bloch and Sefer Toledot ha-Areẓ by Joseph Schönhak as Test Cases”. In: Lev Hakak, Zev Garber and Stephen Katz (eds.). The Maskil in Our Time: Studies in Honor of Moshe Pelli. [Bnei Brak]: Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House, 256-280 [Hebrew]

Kogman, Tal. 2017. “Science and the Rabbis: Haskamot, Haskalah, and the Boundaries of Jewish Knowledge in Scientific Hebrew Literature and Textbooks”. Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, 62, 135-149

Kogman, Tal. 2016. “The Emergence of Scientific Literature in Hebrew for Children and Youth in the Nineteenth Century: Preliminary Directions for Research”, Jewish Culture and History 17 (3), 249-263

 

Kogman, Tal. 2016. “Do Not Turn a Deaf Ear or a Blind Eye on Me as I Am Your Son: New Conceptions of Childhood and Parenthood in 18th and 19th Century Jewish Letter-Writing Manuals”. Journal of Jewish Education 82 (1), 4-27

 

Kogman, Tal. 2014. "From Press to Manuscript – Leaflets in the Jewish Republic of Letters". In Shmuel Feiner, Zohar Shavit, Natalie Naimark-Goldberg and Tal Kogman (eds.). The Creation of a Modern Republic of Letters in Jewish Society in the German-Speaking Sphere. Tel Aviv: Am Oved Publishers, 81-101 [Hebrew]

 

Kogman, Tal. 2014. "Haskamot in Haskalah literature – Book Planning and Monitoring Mechanisms in the Jewish World". In Shmuel Feiner, Zohar Shavit, Natalie Naimark-Goldberg and Tal Kogman (eds.). The Creation of a Modern Republic of Letters in Jewish Society in the German-Speaking Sphere. Tel Aviv: Am Oved Publishers, 155-194 [Hebrew]

 

Kogman, Tal. 2013. "Family in Correspondence: Ashkenazi Letter-Writing Manuals of the Eighteenth an Nineteenth Centuries". Zmanim 124, 100-111 [Hebrew]

 

Kogman, Tal. 2013. "Jewish Maskilim Observe Nature: A Personal Story or a Literary Model of the Enlightenment?". Zion 78, 379-393 [Hebrew]

 

Kogman, Tal. 2010. "Children of the Future: Haskalah, German Enlightenment, and Everything in Between". Yael Darr, Tal Kogman, and Yehudit Shteiman (eds.). Dor Ledor: Research Anthology for Exploration and Documentation of the History of Jewish Education in Israel and the Diaspora 36: Children as Avant-Garde: Childhood and Adolescence in Times of Crisis and Social Change, in Collaboration with Mofet Institute, 125-160 [Hebrew]

 

Kogman, Tal. 2009. "Baruch Lindau’s Rešit Limmudim (1788) and its German Source: A Case Study of the Interaction between the Haskalah and German Philanthropismus". Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism, 9:2, 277-305

 

Kogman, Tal. 2007. "Haskalah Scientific Knowledge in Hebrew Garment: A General Statement and two Examples". Target, 19:1, 69-83

 

Kogman, Tal. 2007. "Between Zoology, Literature, and Culture: The Evolution of Donkey Stereotypes in Children's Literature". In In the Spirit of Time: Returning Children's Literature to its Cultural and Historical Context. Tel Aviv: Mofet Institute, 189-236 [Hebrew]

 

Kogman, Tal. 2005. "Intercultural Contacts in Haskalah Texts on Natural Sciences". In Israel Bartal and Shmuel Feiner (eds.). The Varieties of Haskalah. Jerusalem: The Center of Research on the History and culture of Polish Jews, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; The Braum Chair for the History of the Jews in Prussia, Bar Ilan University; Magnes Press, 29-42 [Hebrew]

 

Kogman, Tal. 2004. "‘The Temptation is Great and the Woman’s Heart is so Weak’: Tradition, Education, and Modernization in the Reading Culture of German-Jewish Girls in the 19th Century”. Innovations in the Study of the History of German Jewry 6. Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem, 1-44 [Hebrew]

 

Encyclopedia:

Kogman, Tal. 2015. “Zensur”. In: Dan Diner (ed.). Enzyklopaedie juedischer Geschichte und Kultur 6. Darmstadt: Wiss. Buchges, 534-538

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