Netta Amir received a B.A. degree in Art-History and a M.A. degree in European-Studies from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her master’s thesis deals with the initial formation process of the Way of the Cross in Jerusalem during the 12th and 13th centuries. At the time of her M.A. studies she was a member of the research group ‘Spectrum: Visual Translations of Jerusalem’. At the present she is a doctoral candidate in the History Department of the Hebrew University and is a recipient of a President-Scholarship and a Scholion-Scholarship. Her PhD dissertation traces and analyzes the formation of Jerusalem's network of Latin-Christian holy spaces in the Mamluk period.
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