Meet the Author
Jumanah Abbas is an architect, writer, and curator who works through an ecology of interdisciplinarity that engages with architecture debates, concepts, and dialogues. Her projects include collaborations with institutes and universities, such as “Mapping Memories of Resistance: The Untold Story of the Occupation of the Golan Heights,“ a project with London School of Economics, Birzeit University, and Al Marsad, Arab Human Rights Center in Golan Heights. Abbas worked on Tasmeem Biennial 2022, themed around Radical Futures, by Virginia Commonwealth University, where she was appointed the curator of spatial design. She is currently working towards the realization of the upcoming Qatar Museums’ quadrennial project, a multi-site art exhibition opening in 2024.
Works by the Author
Architecture of the Territory: Constructing National Narratives in the Arab World
Co-published with Collective for Architecture