Efrat Ben-Ze’ev

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Efrat Ben-Ze'ev, an anthropologist, is (2004) a lecturer at the Ruppin Academic Centre, Emeq Hefer in Israel. She completed her doctorate at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, writing on the memories of Palestinian refugees. As well as her position at the Ruppin Academic Center, she is affiliated with the Truman Institute at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She has published on Palestinian politics of taste and smell, on the intersection of Palestinian oral history and Israeli army documents, and on conflicts surrounding a museum exhibition in Jerusalem.

She is a member of Ta'Ayush.

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