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Lee Michael-Berger, Dr.

Academic Positions

​Lecturer at the Department of History, Faculty of Society and Culture

Teaching and Research Fields

Dr. Lee Michael-Berger studied at Tel Aviv University in the direct doctoral track. Her doctoral thesis was entitled: The representation of murder in London around the turn of the century, 18801-914, supervised by Prof. Billie Melman. During her studies Dr. Michael-Berger won numerous scholarships (including the Pedagogy Scholarship, the Rector’s Scholarship for Doctoral Studies at Tel Aviv University, and the Zvi Yavetz Scholarship of the Rachel and Dov Gottesman). She also founded and managed, together with other doctoral and post-doctoral students, the What’s So Great about Britain group – a group of young researchers at schools of history involved in the cultural history of Britain  the period 1880-1945. She recently participated in the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies in Las Vegas, NV.
Dr. Michael-Berger’s research fields include the cultural and social history of Western Europe in modern times; the cultural and social history of England in modern times; the history of cities and urbanism; the history of the theater in Europe in modern times; and Victorian humor.


  • Lee Michael-Berger, "The Chaste Parricide: Murder, Femininity and the Subversion of Authority in the Reception of the First Performance of Shelley's The Cenci, 1886", Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film (Accepted).
  • Lee Michael-Berger, "The villainy you teach me, I will execute": Shylock's Trial Palestine ,1936, Zmanim 113, (2011) in Hebrew. 

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