Dr. Nadeem Karkabi

Buber Fellow: 

University of Haifa

Academic interests: 

Academic interests: Anthropology, Ethnography, Post-Structuralism, Parkour, Popular Culture in Palestine/Israel

Current Projects: 

Conquered Fears and Constructive Pains: Body, Affect and Sovereignty among Palestinian Parkour Practitioners in Jerusalem

Curriculum Vitae: 

2016 PhD, Anthropology, SOAS, University of London.
Thesis title: “Neither Heroes nor Victims: Politics of Pleasure, Ethics of Resistance and Defiant Subjectivities at the Palestinian Alternative Music Scene in Israel and the West Bank”

2008 MA, Social Anthropology, University of Haifa

2005 BA, Sociology and Anthropology, University of Haifa

  • 2013b Staging Particular Difference: Politics of Space in the Palestinian Alternative Music Scene. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 6(3): 308-328.
  • 2013a Lifestyle Migration in South Sinai Egypt: Nationalization, Privileged Citizenship and Indigenous Rights. International Review of Social Research, 3(1): 49-66.
  • 2011 Couples in the Global Margins: sexuality and marriage between Egyptian men and Western women in Dahab, a touristic coastal city in South Sinai. Anthropology of the Middle East, 6(1): 79-97.