Dr Mansour Nsasra

Biography

ACADEMIC POSITIONS
  • 2013-2015: Council of British Research in the Levant (British Academy- London), Research Fellow: ‘Oslo Peace Process-20 years after’ (assessment of Oslo success and limitations).
  • 2010- 2013: University of Exeter, Politics Department, Lecturer in Middle East Politics and International Relations
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  • 2014-2014: Visiting Fellow, The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
  • 2013-2014: University of Exeter, Politics Department, Honorary Research Fellow in Middle East Politics and IR.
  • 2012-2013: University of Exeter, Department of Politics, MA Director, Middle East Politics and IR.
  • 2010-2011: University of Plymouth, Business School, Department of Politics, Associate Lecturer in Modern Middle East Studies and IR.
  • 2009- 2010: The Golden Web Foundation- Cambridge, UK: Researcher, the Arab World since the 1800s.
  • 2003-2006: Ben Gurion University, Middle East Department, Research Assistant for Dr. Relli Shechter

 

PUBLICATIONS 
 
* “Ruling the Desert: Ottoman and British Policies towards the Bedouin of the Naqab and Beersheba Region, 1900-1948”, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, No. 42, Vol. 3, 2015. 
 
* “The Ongoing Judaisation of the Naqab and the Struggle for Recognising the Indigenous Rights of the Arab Bedouin People, Settler Colonial Studies, Vol. 12, pp.81-107, 2012. 
 
* “The Southern Palestine Bedouin and British Mandate Relations 1917-1948: Resistance to Colonialism”, The Arab World Geographer Journal, No.4. Vol 14, pp. 305-335. 2011.
 
* “Memories from Beersheba: The Bedouin Palestine Police and the Frontiers of the Empire”, Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant, Vol. 9, 2014. 
 
*“Naqab Bedouin Resistance to the Imperial State: Memories from the Naqab during the British Mandate”, International Sociology Association (ISA) E-Bulletin, Vol. 12, pp.34-65, 2009.
 
*” Muktatafat mn Tarikh’ Al Naqab wa Beir Al Saba’ ”, Mada al-Carmel — Arab Center for Applied Social Research, No. 1. Vol 1, pp. 1-15, 2013 (In Arabic).