Dr. Dalya Markovich
Dalya Y. Markovich is a lecturer at the Visual and Material Culture department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.
Markovich received her PhD from the School of Education, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2007), followed by Post-doctoral studies, Ben Gurion University of the Negev (2008), followed by M.A from the History of Art Department, Tel Aviv University (2010). In 2003 she was a Fellow at Heschel Sustainability Center, followed by fellowship at The Mandel Leadership Institute (2004-2006).
Markovich's main fields of research are the theory and practice of teaching (art) education in multi-national and diverse cultural society. She was the editor of Bezalel Journal of Visual and Material Culture (2014-2016); Hakivun Mizrach (2003-2005); Noga (2004-2005); Iton 77 (2006-2007); Block, City, Media, Theory and Architecture (2008). Her edited collection – Understanding Campus-Community Partnerships in Conflict Zones, Engaging Students for Transformation Change – was published at Palgrave McMillan Publisher (2019). Her book Nationality and Ethnicity in an Israeli School: A Case of Jewish-Arab Students – was published at Routledge (2019).