Tal Ulus received a B.A. degree in History and Geography, a M.A. degree in Natural Resources Management and Environmental Policy from the Hebrew University. Her master’s thesis examines the beginning of the Roman Optimum through a temporal and spatial analysis of the new towns that were founded in the Mediterranean during the fourth and third centuries BCE. At the time of her M.A. studies, and today, she was a research and teaching assistant of Professor Ronnie Ellenblum. At the present she is a doctoral candidate in the Geography Department and the advanced school for environmental studies, and a recipient of a Scholion-Scholarship. Her PhD dissertation, under the guidance of Professor Ronnie Ellenblum, traces the environmental explanations for the construction of cross-eurasian barrier walls, focusing the western part of the continent in the Roman period.
Department of Geography, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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