SOAS University of London

Department of Politics and International Studies

Dr Hagar Kotef

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Overview

Hagar Kotef
London Middle East Institute (LMEI)

Member

Centre for Palestine Studies (CPS)

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Department of Politics and International Studies

Postgraduate Admissions Tutor

Name:
Dr Hagar Kotef
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Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7898 4652
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SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
254
Academic Support Hours:
Wednesdays, 2-3pm

Biography

Hagar Kotef is a Senior Lecturer in Political Theory and Comparative Political Thought. Her research interests are Political Theory, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies, Postcolonial Theory, Liberalism and its Critics, and Israel/Palestine. Her book Movement and the Ordering of Freedom (Duke University Press, 2015) examines the roles of mobility and immobility in the history of political thought and the structuring of political spaces: from the writings of Locke, Hobbes, and Mill to the sophisticated technologies of control that circumscribe the lives of Palestinians in the Occupied West Bank. Currently, she works on the construction of political belonging in settler colonies, for a book tentatively titled The Settler Self (Or: Home and Homelessness in Israel/Palestine). Her work was published in various journals, including Political Theory, Antipode, Theory Culture and Society, Politics & Gender, and Signs, as well as in a number of edited volumes. 

 

Before joining SOAS she held positions and fellowships at the Minerva Humanities Center at Tel Aviv University, the Department of Politics and Government at Ben Gurion University, Columbia University, and the University of CA, Berkeley.

Teaching

Publications

Authored Books

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Kotef, Hagar (2015) Movement and the ordering of Freedom, On Liberal Governances of Mobility. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Articles

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Kotef, Hagar (2019) 'Violent Attachments'. Political Theory. [Forthcoming]

Kotef, Hagar and Amir, Merav (2018) 'In-Secure Identities: on the Securitization of Abnormality'. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, (36) 2, pp 236-254.

Kotef, Hagar (2018) 'Fragments'. Critical Inquiry, (44) 2, pp 343-349.

Kotef, Hagar and Amir, Merav (2015) 'Limits of Dissent, Perils of Activism: Spaces of Resistance and the New Security Logic'. Antipode, A Radical Journal of Geography, (47) 3, pp 671-688.

Kotef, Hagar (2015) 'Little Chinese Feet Encased in Iron Shoes: Freedom, Movement, Gender, and Empire in Western Political Thought'. Political Theory, (43) 3, pp 334-355.

Kotef, Hagar and Merav, Amir (2014) 'Normal [in Hebrew]'. Mafteakh: Lexical Journal for Political Thought, (9), pp 111-131.

Kotef, Hagar (2012) 'Baking at the Front Line, Sleeping with the Enemy: Some Reflections on Gender and Women’s Peace Activism in Israel'. Politics & Gender, (7) 4, pp 551-572.

Kotef, Hagar (2012) 'Movement'. Political Concepts: A Critical Lexicon, (2).

Kotef, Hagar and Amir, Merav (2011) 'Between Imaginary Lines: Violence and its Justifications at the Military Checkpoints in Occupied Palestine'. Theory Culture and Society, (28) 1, pp 55-80.

Kotef, Hagar (2011) 'Movement [in Hebrew]'. Mafteakh: Lexical Journal for Political Thought, (3), pp 179-202.

Kotef, Hagar (2010) 'Objects of Security: Gendered Violence and Securitized Humanitarianism in Occupied Gaza'. Comparative Studies of South Asia Africa and the Middle East, (30) 2, pp 179-191.

Kotef, Hagar (2010) 'Home/ Ba’it'. Mafteakh Lexical Journal for Political Thought, (1), pp 1-20.

Kotef, Hagar (2009) 'On Abstractness; First Wave Feminism and the Construction of the Abstract Woman'. Feminist Studies, (35) 3, pp 495-522.

Kotef, Hagar and Amir, Merav (2007) '(En)Gendering Checkpoints: Checkpoint Watch and the Repercussions of Intervention'. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, (32) 4, pp 973-996.

 

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