The following institutions and scholars are formally affiliated with the Jaffa Cultural Heritage Project.
55099 Mainz, Germany
|The Old Jaffa Development Company
|Yaron Klein, CEO
|Created in 1961 by the municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo, The Old Jaffa Development Co. is dedicated to the development of tourism in Jaffa. In 2007 its CEO, Yaron Klein, pledged the coordination of its efforts as a member of the JCHP. The company's kiosk is located near the Kikkar HaKedumim Visitor's Center, which it manages.
|17 Mazal Dagim Lane
Tel Aviv-Yafo 68036
|The Jaffa Museum of Archaeology
|The Jaffa Museum serves as the operations center for archaeological research at Jaffa. As of 2006 it is managed by the Old Jaffa Development Company. Materials from the Kaplan excavations as well as ongoing excavations by the JCHP are stored at the museum. Although the museum is currently closed to the public during renovations, groups can schedule special events at the Jaffa Museum. For more information contact the museum's manager, Naama Meirovitz, at +972 (03) 6825375.
|10 Mifratz Shlomo Street
Institutions and scholars are always welcomed to join the Jaffa Cultural Heritage Project. Individuals conducting research on or related to Jaffa are also invited to contact the JCHP for assistance with research related to the programs outlined above.
For more information regarding the JCHP, please email email@example.com.
|Bar-Ilan University, Israel
|Project: Geomorphology and Geoarchaeology of Jaffa
|Department of Architecture and Conservation, Tel Aviv University
|Project: Architectural Conservation of Jaffa
|Katherine S. Burke
|Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA
|Project: Publication of Kaplan Excavations (Islamic and Ottoman periods)
|Haifa University, Israel
|Project: Publication of Kaplan Excavations (Persian through Byzantine periods)
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