Ph.D. dissertation topic: Standardization and Technology of Ceramic Industry – Experimental, Ethnographical and Archaeological Analysis of Storage Jars as a Case Study
Advisors: Prof. Leore Grosman and Prof. Ilan Sharon (Institute of Archaeology).
- The Iron Age in the Levant
- Technology and typology of ancient pottery
- The relationship between archaeology and the biblical text
- Computerized application as a tool for ceramic classification and visualization
- Experimental Archaeology as a tool aiding ceramic analysis
- Personal style - theory and practice in anthropology and archaeology
- Masada Textiles Project 2007-2008
- Tel Hazor - staff member at excavation seasons 2008-2010.
- Tel Rehov - staff member at excavation season 2010 and participant in publication staff since 2010.
- The Computational Archaeology laboratory - Project management and research staff since 2010.
- Tel Avel Beth Maacah - Area Supervisor (Area F) since 2014
List of Publications:
- Harush, O. 2012. Decorated Bone, Ivory, Stone and Shell. In: Hazor VI (ed: Ben-Tor A., et al.). Jerusalem.
- Grosman, L., Karasik, A., Harush, O., and Smilansky, U. 2014. Archaeology in Three Dimensions: Computer Based Methods in Archaeological Research. In: Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies.
Harush, O., Karasik, A., and Smilansky, U. 2018. In Press. An estimate of the handbreadth measure (The Biblical Tefach) deduced from the morphological study of Iron Age storage jars
- M.A. thesis topic: Regional, Chronological, Typological and Technological Aspects of 'Hippo' Jars from North Israel in the Iron Age IIa; Advisors: Prof. Amihai Mazar (Institute of Archaeology), Prof. Uzy Smilansky (Weizmann Institute of Science).