Meet the Author
Nour Joudah is a Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow in geography at the University of California-Berkeley. Her work examines mapping practices and indigenous survival and futures in settler states, highlighting how indigenous countermapping is a both cartographic and decolonial praxis. Joudah completed her PhD at UCLA and her dissertation Mapping Decolonized Futures: Indigenous Visions for Hawaii and Palestine is a study that focuses on efforts by Palestinian and native Hawaiian communities to imagine and work toward liberated futures that center indigenous duration as a non-linear temporality. Joudah also has a MA in Arab Studies from Georgetown University, and wrote her MA thesis on the role and perception of exile politics within the liberation struggle, in particular among politically active Palestinian youth living in the United States and occupied Palestine.
Works by the Author
Co-published with Collective for Architecture