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Queen's University

Dorit Naaman

Film and Media | Gender Studies 

phone: 613-533-6000 ext. 78165

Website:  Personal Page

Department of  Film and Media
160 Stuart Street, Room 204
Queen's University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

Research Interests

Dorit Naaman is a film theorist and documentarist from Jerusalem, teaching
at Queen’s University, Canada. Her research focuses on Israeli and to a lesser
extent Palestinian cinemas (primarily from post-colonialist and feminist perspectives). Recently she has focused on nationalism, militarism, and gender. Her documentary work is about identity politics, andpolitics of representation and she developed a format of short videos, DiaDocuMEntaRY. Her videos have been screening in film festivals and curated screenings around the world. Dorit is now embarking on avideo installation project in Jerusalem. To learn more about her work go to .

Cultural Studies Courses

IDIS 410*: Contemporary Cultural Performance in Practice

Department: n/a Term Available: Fall 2013 Instructors: Dorit Naaman
(Wednesdays 2:30-5:30, Fridays 2:30-5:30) 

  Students in film, visual art, drama and music explore new modes of interdisciplinary performance practice through the creation of a collective work performed for the public. Students will work in at least two disciplines through a series of practical group assignments: visual art, movement, audio, moving images, new media, performance art, etc. Particularly well suited for students in the Stage and Screen program. Prerequisite: Fourth year standing in your own concentration. Instructors: Dorit Naaman, Matt Rogalsky


Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000