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  • Born in 1959 in Haifa, Israel.
  • 1973-71. Private College Reali Ivri in Haifa.
  • 1982-84. Fine Art Academy in Ramat ha-Sharon, Tel Aviv.
  • 1983-87. Tel Aviv University. History of Art B.A.
  • 1987-88. Tel Aviv University. History of Art, M.A. Level.
  • 1988-90. Munich University. History of Art and Byzantine Studies (Master's Level).
  • 1991-94. Edinburgh University. History of Islamic Art. Ph.D. 1995: "Islamic portable objects in the medieval church treasuries of the Latin West.
  • 1994. International Language Institute in Cairo.
  • 1995-1998. Teaching tutorial courses on medieval Islamic and Jewish art, University of Edinburgh, Fine Arts Faculty.
  • 1997-1998. Teaching medieval Islamic and Jewish art and architecture, Munich University, Institut für Kunstgeschichte.
  • 2000-01. Teaching Islamic art, Bamberg University, Institut für Turkologie und Iranistik.
  • 2001-02. Teaching medieval Jewish art and Archaeology, Hochschule für Jüdische Studien, Heidelberg.
  • 2001-02. Wissenschaftlicher Angestellter, Deutscher Verein für Kunstwissenschaft, Berlin. Project: Corpus of the medieval oliphants (DFG project).
  • 2002-present. Professor for History of Islamic Art. Munich University, Institut für Kunstgeschichte.
  • 2006, March-September. Andrew Mellon Senior Fellow in Art History at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
  • 2007-present. Max Planck Fellow at the Kunsthistorischen Institut in Florence.
  • 2009, January-April. Visiting Scholar, Getty Research Institute, Getty Centre, Los Angeles.
  • 2010, September-December. Guest professor at the institute for Jewish and Christian Research, University of Luzern.
  • 2011, February-March. Visiting Faculty Professor at the school of Arts and Aesthetics, The Getty Foundation Visiting Professor Program, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India.
  • Seit August 2013 und bis August 2018. Beurlaubung: gleich Riggio Professor of the arts of Islam, Department of Art History and archaeology. Siehe: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/arthistory/faculty/Shalem.html