קורות חיים - Curriculum vitae

Noga Buber Ben-David

 

Email: noga.buber-bendavid@mail.huji.ac.il

Married, two childen

 

Education
 

2012 -            Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Ph.D. in Sociology & Anthropology.

Research subject: “Business-Social Entrepreneurship – Between Ideas and Practices”, guided by Prof. Amalya Oliver and Prof. Benni Gidron

 

2006-2010     Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Magna cum laude MA in Sociology & 

Anthropology.

Thesis subject: “Gypsies in Jerusalem – Inhabitants in the City’s Margins”, guided by Prof. Nachman Ben-Yehuda.

 

2010-2011     The David Yellin Academic College of Education: Group guidance course.

 

2003-2006     Hebrew University of Jerusalem: BA in Philosophy and Political Science; 

participation in honored workshops. In parallel, preparing for MA studies in Sociology and Anthropology.

 

2005              Yad Vashem: Guide training course

 

2005              Gesher Educational Affiliates: Guide training course

 

Scholarships and awards:

 

2012-2015:    The Harry and Sylvia Hoffmann leadership fellowship for outstanding Ph.D 

students, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
 

     2009-2010Paul Lewis scholarship, Gilo Center, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

     2009-2011Lafer Center scholarship, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
 

              2009"Yad Ora” Foundation, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, encouragement of 

ethnographic and political research in the Middle East.
 

    2007-2011The Bernard Cherick Center, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 

encouragement of the interdisciplinary research of the Zionism and the state of Israel: Herzel scholarship for MA and Doctoral studies.
 

2008              Shane Center for Society and Humanity studies: Shane Scholarship for MA 

students.

 

Articles and lectures:

 

2009              Buber Ben-David, N. “Gypsies in Jerusalem”, in: Ariel, No. 187, 2009, pp. 30-42 

(Hebrew).

 

Feb. 2012      The 43rd convention of the Israeli Sociological Organization.

Subject: “Crossing the Borders: Gypsy Women in Jerusalem”.

 

Jan. 2012      Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem: member in a research group in the subject of 

“Women, Peace and Security – a Feminist View on the Jerusalem Issue”.

 

June 2010     Lecture in the “Gender and Jerusalem” convention, marking 20 years to the 

foundation of Lafer Center, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Subject: “Gypsy women in Jerusalem – Educated Women in the Margins”.

 

             2009The 40th convention of the Israeli Sociological Organization.

Subject: “Gypsies in Jerusalem – Inhabitants in the City’s Margins”.

 

2009              The 37th convention of the Israeli Anthropological Organization.

Subject: “Educated Gypsy women – a Paradox of Education and Marginality”.

 

Academic experience of tutoring and research

 

2013 -            The Hebrew University, The Sociology & Anthropology Dept.: Turoting a course in the subject 

of “Business-social entrepreneurship – between ideas and pratice”, as part of Academic Skills course.

 

2006-2010     The Hebrew University, honored teacher assistant in the following courses: Sociological 

Theories by Dr. Stadler, Introduction of Anthropology, and Israeli Society by Prof. Vinitzky-Saroussi and Dr. Kazum.

 

2006-2007     The Hebrew University, Research assistant for Prof. Nachman Ben-Yehuda and Prof. 

Amalya Oliver, in the field of research frauds.

 

2004-2005     The Hebrew University, the Geography Dept.: Research assistant for Prof. Eran Razin, in the 

field of municipalities.

 

Additional occupational experience

 

2012              The Nisuyi School in Jerusalem: Teacher for 4th-6th grades.

 

2010-2011     Mabat Min Hatsad – Organizational Counseling institute: An organizational counsellor. 

Accompanying and handling projects in social and commercial organizations.

 

2008-2009     Tsofnat – Orgazizational Counseling, Development and Research Institute:        

During Practicum: evaluation of various organizations (including social entrepreneurships), working in cooperation with foreign organizations.

 

2007               The Jewish Agency: Responsible for a trainees project on behalf of “Tnuat Aliyah”.

 

2006-2007     Yad Vashem: Guide, working with various populations: army, schools, delegations from 

abroad.

 

2005-2008     Gesher Educational Affiliates: Guide, working with various organizations: IDF, schools, etc.

 

2004               Participating in a student delegation to Malta, in the field of “Peace in the Mediterranean Area”.

 

1996-1999     Scouts movement: A guide in a program for youth groups guides training.

 

Military service

 

2010 -            IDF Officer School: Organizational counsellor in the field of milirary psychology.

 

1999-2002     Brigade educational officer, in a brigade in the area of Bethlehem.

 

Languages

 

Hebrew: native tongue

 

English: fluent