Milka Levi Rubin, the curator of the General Humanities Collection at the National Library.
Milka specializes in the History of Late Antiquity and the Early Muslim Period.
In 2002 here book
The Continuatio of Abu al-Fath al-Danafi was published by Darwin Press in Princeton, comprising a commented translation with an extensive introduction of a Samaritan chronicle written in Judeo-Arabic dealing with the history of the Samaritan community in Palestine from the beginning of the Islamic period until the 10th century.
Her following book:
Non-Muslims in the Early Islamic Empire: from Surrender to Coexistence was published by Cambridge University Press in 2011. The book deals with the consolidation of the legal and social status of Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians under Islamic rule. In addition, she has published many articles dealing with these eras.
Furthermore, Milka researches the history of the mapping of the Holy Land. Lately she has published a paper about the origins of a map of medieval Palestine:
"From Eusebius to the Crusader Maps: The Origin of the Holy Land Maps", Visual Constructs of Jerusalem, eds. B. Kühnel, G. Noga-Banai, H. Vorholt, Brepols: Turnhout 2014, pp. 253 – 264.