Lecturer of Judaism and the Arts
Dr. Shula Laderman worked for many years as a computer programmer and planner at Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem.
While working there, she studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem towards her Ph.D., which she received in 2000.
Her topic of research is the “Artist as an interpreter” – visual interpretation of the Bible in Jewish and Christian Art.
She is the author of: Images of Cosmology in Jewish and Byzantine Art- God’s Blueprint of Creation and is co-author with the artist Avner Moriah of: The Illuminated Torah.
She taught for many years at Bar Ilan University as well as at the Schechter Institute, where she continues to teach in the Judaism and the Arts track (which she directed in the past).