Post-Doctorate Fellow, DFG (German Research Foundation) – Research Project “Jewish National Youth Movements Education in Germany and Palestine in the Interwar Period” at Technische Universität Braunschweig and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Principal Investigators: Prof. Ulrike Pilarczyk, Prof. Ofer Ashkenazi.
Global Humanities Junior Fellowship at The Thematic Network “Principles of Cultural Dynamics”, Freie Universität Berlin; Host: Prof. Ute Frevert.
Visiting Scholar, Leibniz Institute of Jewish History and Culture – Simon Dubnow, Leipzig.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry; PhD, awarded June, 2018. Dissertation Title: Immigration and Education: Jewish Pedagogues and the Pedagogical Discourse in Palestine, 1880–1935. Supervisor: Prof. Yfaat Weiss.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry. MA, summa cum laude. MA thesis titl: The Life of Puah Rakovsky (1865–1955): A Revolutionary Jewish Feminist. Supervisor: Prof. Eli Lederhendler.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of History. BA magna cum laude.
Miriam Szamet, ”We Are the Novelty”: Jewish Pedagogues and the Pedagogical Discourse in Palestine, revised manuscript of the dissertation, accepted for publication by Magnes Press, Jerusalem. Awarded the 2018 Shlomo and Bella Bartal Prize for the promotion of historical research in Hebrew [25,000 NIS].
Puah Rakovsky, Memoire of a Jewish Revolutionary 1865–1955, with introduction by Miriam Szamet (ed.). The book is being prepared for publication in 2021 under the auspices of the Tel Aviv University Institute for the History of Polish Jewry and Israel-Poland Relations.
Miriam Szamet, “Contested Pedagogy: Modern Hebrew Education and the Segregation of National Communities in Pre-State Palestine” in: Omer Bartov (ed.), Israel-Palestine: Lands and Peoples (New York, Berghahn Books) [in print].
Miriam Szamet, “Professional Ethos and Rebellion: David Idelsohn’s and Judah Polani’s Studies at the Teachers’ Seminar of Hilfsverein der Deutschen Juden in Jerusalem, 1905–1910,” Dor Le-Dor: History of Jewish Education 53 (2019), 73–95 [Hebrew].
Miriam Szamet, “Before the ‘War of Languages’: Locals, Immigrants and Philanthropists at the Hilfsverein Teachers’ Seminar in Jerusalem, 1907–1910,” Naharaim: Journal of German-Jewish Literature and Cultural History 12, nos. 1-2 (2018): 173–195.
Miriam Szamet, “Zvi Lamm: His Thought and Its Importance to the Historical Study of Hebrew-Zionist Education,” Gilui Daat: Education, Society and Culture 7, no. 13 (May, 2018): 135–153 [Hebrew].
Miriam Szamet, “Eros and Pedagogy in the ‘Hashomer Hatzair’ Movement in Palestine,” in: Yosef Kaplan et al. (eds.), Eros, Family and Community (Passages. Transdisciplinary Cultural Perspectives; 15), (Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 2018), pp. 221–253.
Miriam Szamet, “The Zikhroynes of Glikl bas Judah Leib: Interpreting the Concept of Koved in Early Modern History,” Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook 16 (2017): pp. 121–147.