“An Invitation to Participate: Action and Reaction in Gothic Tympana”
Since 2012, I was have been awarded the Rector’s scholarship for outstanding students (2013), as well as the AFTAU scholarship (2014). In 2014, I was invited by the Centre Allemand d’Histoire de l’Art, located in Paris, to present my paper entitled: “Photographes du monde médievale: entre pérception et reception”, which was based on my PhD findings. In 2015, I was chosen to represent the PhD women students at the Faculty of the Arts (https://www.tau.ac.il/PhD/gili-shalom). Later that year, I was named among the top 100 teachers at Tel-Aviv University, and the best junior teacher from the Faculty of the Arts (https://teachingcenter.tau.ac.il/excellence/2015-zutar/?tab=1). In 2016, my PhD dissertation was approved and I also received the Gerda-Henkel Postdoctoral Fellowship for three years, which is a cooperation between the University of Frankfurt and Tel-Aviv, and is dedicated to the subject of Emotions and Violence in Medieval Art (http://www.kunst.uni-frankfurt.de/de/forschung/projekte/). I am currently living in Paris and working on the 24 martyrdom reliefs at Chartres Cathedral, as well as awaiting approval of three articles that have been submitted to peer-reviewed journals.