Topics of Research: Concepts of Greek and Roman culture in ancient art, Gender and art, Mythology and its meanings in Ancient Art, Symbolism in Roman mosaic art.
Sevilla-Sadeh N., Representation of Herakles Intoxication in Mosaics from Israel: A Neoplatonic View, in: X coloquio internacional da AIEMA, 29 de October to 02 November 2005 in Conimbriga, Portugal (accepted).
Sadeh, N., A Corporeal Reflection of Platonic Idea: Ares and Aphrodite as Models for the Scultu
Sevilla-Sadeh, N. 'A Hero in a Girls Dress: the Meaning of Achilles Image and Marginal Decoration in a Mosaic from Shechem-Nablus', in Kalathos: Studies in Honnor of A. Ovadiah, Assaph, ed. S, Mucznik, 10-11, 2005-2006, 431-450.
Sevilla-Sadeh N., A Promise of Wisdom: The Classical Origins of the Odysseus and the Sirens Mosaic Floor from Scythopolis (Bet-Shean), Pictorial Languages and their Meanings Liber Amicorum in Honor of Nurith Kenaan-Kedar, C. Verzar and G. Fishhof (eds.), Tel Aviv, 2006, 203- 220.
Active Participation in Scientific Meetings and Conferences
May 23, 2002: Cathedral Conference, Tel Aviv University. Presented A Hero in Girls Dress: The Meaning of Achilles Image and Marginal Decoration in a Mosaic from Shechem-Nablus.
March 13, 2001: Motar Conference: Model and Anti-Model in the Arts, Tel Aviv University. Presented Corporeal Reflection of Platonic Idea: Ares and Aphrodite as Models for the Sculptures of the Couple Mars and Venus.
October 30, 2005: AIEMA Conference: Heracles' Intoxication in Mosaics from Israel: A Neo-platonic Perception