Fatina Abreek-Zubiedat
Curriculum vitae

Fatina Abreek-Zubiedat is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for History and Theory (gta) at ETH Zurich, a co-founder of Zubiedat Architects office, and an architectural historian and theorist. She earned her PhD from the Technion (2018) (1st Prize with outstanding distinctions). Her research and publications focus on architecture in conflict, Palestinian cultural historiography, urban transformations in contested cities, (Post-)colonial development discourse, refugee camps and urban citizenship. Currently, in her research entitled Towards a New Approach of Urban History in Conflict Zones she is developing an alternative approach to analyze cities in conflict.

Abreek-Zubiedat’s work and studies have been recognized in the most competitive international conferences (e.g., SAH, MESA, EAHN, Docomomo, UHA, Royal Geographical Society). Abreek-Zubiedat is the recipient of several prestigious recognitions, including the Rothschild Fellowship, the Neubauer Fellowship, Azrieli scholarship, and the Council for Higher Education Award. Her research has been published\accepted for publication in major peer-reviewed article journals (e.g., Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, Citizenship Studies, Ethnic and Racial Studies), correspondence (Nature), and books (e.g., Making Home(s) in Displacement: Critical Reflections on a Spatial Practice; Camp Geographies: Contemporary spatialities of a modern political technology, Nihilism and the State of Israel).