Dr Noa Shaindlinger

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Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar

  • Email: ntshaind@ncsu.edu
  • Address:
    Withers Hall 258, Box 8108
    NCSU Campus
    Raleigh, NC 27695

Teaching and Research Interests

The Modern Middle East

Urban Histories and Cultures

Refugees, Migrants, Exiles

Borderlands

Historical anthropology

Memory and Commemoration

Palestine

Settler colonialism

Projects

Manuscript in progress: "Remembering Past(s), Imagining Futures: The Politics of Hope in Palestine"

Publications

Shaindlinger, Noa, Wishful Landscapes: Protesting and Spatial Reclamation in Jaffa, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (Forthcoming).

Monterescu, D. and Shaindlinger, N. (2013), Situational Radicalism: The Israeli “Arab Spring” and the (Un)Making of the Rebel City. Constellations. doi: 10.1111/cons.12039

Italian translation:

Monterescu, D. and Shaindlinger, N. (2013). La “Primavera Araba” di Tel Aviv / Tel Aviv’s “Arab Spring.” Storia Urbana. Anno XXXVI Numero 130 aprile-giugno, 159-186.

Book Review:

No Place for Grief: Martyrs, Prisoners, and Mourning in Contemporary Palestine by Lotte Buch Segal, Journal of Anthropological Research, Vol 74, No. 1 (Spring 2018): 138-140.

Presentations

“On ‘Smoking Guns’: The Curious Case of the Israeli State Archives” – American Historical Association Annual Meeting 2018 (accepted).

 

“Israel and the Social Sciences, or Why Race Matters” – Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting 2017 (accepted).

 

“Point of No Return: the Nakba and the ‘New Normal’ in Jaffa, 1948-1949” – Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting 2015.

 

“Looking for Hope: Notes from Fieldwork in Palestine” – American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting 2015.

 

“Itineraries of Return: The Politics of Hope in Palestine” – American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting 2014.

 

“Imagined Futures: Planning the Return of the Palestinian Refugees” – Conflict Transformation and Peace Building in Palestine: Challenges and Future Perspectives,” The Arab American University, Jenin, 1-2 June 2014.

 

“Point of No Return” - Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York, Graduate Conference 2014.

 

“Imagining Futures: Planning the Return of the Palestinian Refugees” – Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting 2013

 

“Imagining Futures: Planning the Return of the Palestinian Refugees” – Medusa, Department of Anthropology Annual Graduate Students’ Symposium, 2013

 

“’Out of Place’: Exile, Placelessness and Masculinity in Palestinian Narratives” - Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting 2010

 

“’Straddling Borders’: Literary Representations of Medieval Jewries in Presentist Horizons” – 14th Annual Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations Graduate Students’ Symposium, 2010

 

“’When Camels Fly’: the 1934 Tel Aviv Levant Fair and Colonial Representations in Palestine” – Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting 2009

 

Education

  • PhD in Middle East Studies from University of Toronto, 2016
  • MA in History from University of Toronto, 2008