Gil Hochberg, is a Professor of Comparative Literature and Gender Studies. Her work focuses on the intersections among psychoanalysis, postcolonial theory, nationalism, and sexuality. She has published essays on a wide range of issues including: Francophone North African literature, Palestinian literature, the modern Levant, gender and nationalism, cultural memory and immigration, memory andgender, Language Politics, Hebrew Literature, Mediterraneanism, and Minority literatures. Her book  “In Spite of Partition: Jews, Arabs, and the Limits of Separatist Imagination” (Princeton University Press, 2007), examines the complex relationship between the signifiers “Arab” and “Jew” in contemporary Jewish and Arab literatures. Her lastest published book is a study of the Visual Politics of the Israeli-Palestinian entitled “Visual Occupations: Vision and Visibility in a Conflict Zone.”



Field of Interest

Intersections among psychoanalysis, postcolonial theory, nationalism, and sexuality