Dr. Noa Ha is a postcolonial urban researcher. She has taught and conducted research at universities and research institutions in Berlin and Dresden. She is currently a guest lecturer in the MA Spatial Strategies at the Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and heads the National Racism and Discrimination Monitor (NaDiRa) at the German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM) by proxy.
Her work focuses on postcolonial urban research, migrant-diasporic memory politics, critical integration research, and racism critique. Her publications have appeared in various anthologies, journals and catalogs, forthcoming is the anthology European Cities: Modernity, Race and Colonialism published by Manchester University Press, which she edited with Dr. Giovanni Picker, University of Glasgow, as well as her article Decolonizing Urban Episteme: Europe and the Post-1989 European City as Colonial Order in the volume Geographies of Coloniality edited by Sybille Bauriedl and Inken Carstensen-Egwuom.