I hold a B.A. in Hebrew literature and an M.A. in communication and journalism, both from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Alongside academic work, I'm a poet and editor. I published an original poetry book (2017) and edited several books and poetry anthologies (2011, 2014).
My dissertation is titled "The Mediatization of Literature in the Age of Media". The dissertation focuses on the changes in the field of literature caused by the development of the digital era. The research describes these changes through the theoretical concept of mediatization, which deals with meta-process and profound influences of the media. The research examines these changes from four standpoints: creators, production and marketing process, the audience feedback, and the literary establishment.
- New Media Poetics
- Digital Culture
- Social Media
- Noa Shakargy, Internetica: Poetry in the Digital Age, The Bialik Institute, Jerusalem (2021)
- Noa Shakargy, Internetica: Poetry in the Digital Age, International Journal of Cultural Studies (2020)
- Noa Shakargy, Yigal Shevars, Ketzia Alon, The Street's Word of Honour: Reading Ronny Someck's Poetry, Gama Publishing House, 294 pages. (2018) [Hebrew].
- Noa Shakargy, The Relatives Come for a Visit: Literature and its Authors in Ronny Someck's Poetry in Noa Shakargy, Yigal Shevars, Ketzia Alon (eds.), The Street's Word of Honour: Reading Ronny Someck's Poetry, Gama Publishing House. pp. 160-188 (2018) [Hebrew].
- Noa Shakargy, The Intercom Poet: Representations of poets and writers in Israeli Satirical Television Programs, Muza – Jurnal for Graduate Students in the Humanities (2) pp. 128-151(2018) [Hebrew].
Awards and Prizes
- 2020 – The "Chevruta" scholarship for Doctoral Reading Groups.
- 2019-2022 – President’s Scholarship for Outstanding PhD Students.
- 2019-2021 – Doctoral Writing Program Coordinator Grant, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hebrew University.
- 2019 – The Smart Institute of communication Research Grant.
- 2018-2020-– Van Leer Institute, Library Fellow.
- 2018 – Gershon Shaked Prize for excellent M.A. paper, Ben Gurion University.