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Tuesday, 26 Sep 2017

The Tuvia Bloch Award PDF Print E-mail

The Bloch Award honors a graduate of the English Department holding Israeli citizenship, who served in the Israeli Defense Forces and who completed the B.A. program in the department with distinction.

Dr. Tuvia Bloch, a Senior Lecturer in English Literature, was born in 1926 in Cape Province, South Africa. Dr. Bloch was one of the founders of the Department of English at Tel Aviv University, and played a major role in shaping its program of studies. He passed away at the age of 44, one of Israel's ablest teachers and most promising scholars.

Recent Recipients of the Tuvia Bloch Award:

2016: Alma Semilansky, Anat Karolin

2015: Elizabeth Krasnobrodsky

2012: Almogit Goaz

2011: Hadas Alber

2010: Olga Birenboim

2009: Merav Galili
2008: Ron Ben Tovim
2007: Dana Eisenberg  
2006: Yonit Levi 
2005: Dora Kishinvsky
2004: Maya Klein