L.A. Naama Meishar

Teaching Fellow

Landscape Architecture Track

Researcher, Teacher, curator. She research historic, cultural and social aspects of public and private spaces and landscapes in urban environments. She wrote of the representations of identities and socio-economic status in the private courtyards of North and South neighborhoods of Tel Aviv-Yafo; the environmental and planning histories and the recent design of Jaffa Slope Park; and the role of landscape architecture in the Green Gentrification phenomena. Graduated with BArch in landscape architecture (cum laude) form The Technion; and both MA degree (cum Laude) and Ph.D. from the Cultural Studies Program in The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She curated seven art and architecture exhibitions. She served as a member and CEO of the human rights NGO BIMKOM – Planners for planning rights. Meishar teaches in the Landscape Architecture Program in the Technion.

Naama Meishar