Aharon Kellerman - Biography#

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Prof. Aharon Kellerman completed his Bachelor’s degree studies in Geography and Jewish History at the University of Haifa, in 1969. In 1971, he received a High School Teaching Certificate from the same institution. He then went on to complete his Master’s degree in Geography, with honors, at the Hebrew University in 1972. In 1976, he completed his Doctoral degree, also in Geography, at Boston University in the United States.

Prof. Kellerman held an assortment of visiting and affiliate academic positions: Bar-Ilan University, Israel (16 years); University of Maryland, College Park, US (six times, including four summers); Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; University of Miami, U.S.; Boston University, U.S. In Fall 2004 he was affiliated with the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK following an international competition.

His list of publications includes five books; five monographs; over 70 refereed articles; 40 book chapters; proceedings; book reviews, etc. He has gained an extensive experience in paper presentations (around 120) worldwide.

He has further earned many awards and grants during his career such as those from the Fulbright Foundation; Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture; Ben-Shemesh Award (Jewish National Found); the Moshkovitz Foundation; the Burda Foundation; and the Association of American Geographers Prof. Kellerman served as chair of the International Review Committee for the Department of Geography, Ben- Gurion University, 2000.

He supervised 3 doctoral dissertations and 12 MA theses, and served on dissertation committees worldwide.
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