Sharon Nathan is completing his master’s degree in Art History and German Studies at the University of Cologne, where he is working as a research assistant for the Forum Decolonizing Academia within the Global South Study Center. For one academic year, he was a teaching associate at Williams College (MA, USA) in the German department and participated in the Graduate Art program of the Art History department.
Sharon has been working with the Jewish MiQua-Museum in Cologne for the past four years. Besides curating an exhibition in Israel, he also created a virtual exhibition displaying “People, Pictures, Places – 1700 Years of Jewish Life in Germany”. Presently, he is writing his master’s thesis on dignity and refugee architecture. This fall, he has been selected to participate in the Diversifying German Studies program at the University of Arizona and UC Berkeley.
Updated June 2022
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