Diana Barshaw

Diana Barshaw was a research scientist and afterwards a professor in the field of behavior and ecology from 1988 to 2004. Starting in 2005 she spent two years writing a novel while working for Berlitz and the Berlitz Virtual Classroom as an English teacher and as the supervisor and trainer of English teachers. She also wrote a monthly column for the Jerusalem Post called ‘Wild Israel’. Currently Diana has her own website (www.DianaBarshaw.com) where she describes her continuing adventures hiking on the Israel National Trail, writes articles about Israeli wild life, and where she is compiling a guide to hiking the trails of the Carmel Mountains. She also uses Skype to teach English to people around the world.

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