Miri Gal-Ezer

Miri Gal-Ezer (Ph.D. Hebrew University of Jerusalem) is a Lecturer at the Department of Communication, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee, Israel. Her research interests include: visual communication, documentary, TV and digital genres, personal and collective memory, sociology of language and CDA, audience reception studies, sociology of art and culture, media and feminism, and the body. Recently, she was a guest editor for the special issue of the academic journal Language and Intercultural Communication; she serves as a peer reviewer to this journal and more. She has published both in international and Israeli journals, won research grants and stipends, and is currently involved in several studies - audience reception study of TV series, Israeli Arab middle class, the Israeli social protest, communities of remembrance. She also works as an art advisor, researcher and curator; is a member of Israeli public art committees. She is involved in Israeli journal special issue initiatives and guest editing, art exhibition for 2013 and more. Her book: Israeli Canonic Art Field was accepted for publication (Hebrew). Formerly – lecturer in Emek Yezrael College, Hebrew University and more. Programme planner, Founder and Director of Art Education Centre, Tel-Aviv Museum of Art; Founder and Director of on-job training programme in Communication Studies for high school teachers - Oranim College, and a supervisor for the Ministry of Education Media Studies for teachers.