Dr Noa Shaindlinger
Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar
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- Address: Withers Hall 258, Box 8108
Raleigh, NC 27695
Teaching and Research Interests
The Modern Middle East
Urban Histories and Cultures
Refugees, Migrants, Exiles
Memory and Commemoration
Manuscript in progress: "Remembering Past(s), Imagining Futures: The Politics of Hope in Palestine"
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
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.
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.
“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
- PhD in Middle East Studies from University of Toronto, 2016
- MA in History from University of Toronto, 2008
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