Tal Dekel

Tal Dekel is Head of the Visual Literacy Program at Kibbutzim College, Israel. She also teaches at the Art History Department at Tel Aviv University and she formally served as Chair of the NCJW Gender Studies Forum at Tel Aviv University. Dekel specializes in visual culture, taking a particular interest in feminist theories, multiculturalism, migration, and age studies. She has published extensively in academic journals. Her books are Gendered: Art and Feminist Theory (Cambridge Scholars); Transnational Identities: Women, Art and Migration in Israel (Wayne State University Press); and Women and Old Age: Ageism and Gender in Israeli Art (Open University Press).

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Tal Dekel." (Viewed on May 22, 2024) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/dekel-tal>.