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Éducation

Août 2016 – Présent

Doctorat en Géographie – En cours – Statut ABD depuis Octobre 2019

Texas State University (États-Unis)
Thèse: Vers une géographie de la persécution: le cas des quartiers Arts-et-Métiers et Enfants-Rouges de Paris, 1940-1946

Août 2014 – May 2016

Master de Géographie

Texas State University (États-Unis)
Mémoire: Arrestations et séparations de familles pendant la Shoah en Italie

Septembre 2010 – Juin 2013

Licence de Géographie, mention bien
Licence d’histoire, mention bien

Université Rennes 2 (France)

Universités d’été et autres formations

2017 Holocaust Education Foundation Summer Institute, Northwestern University

2016 Lancaster Summer Schools in Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster University

Recherche

Août 2016 – Présent

Collectif de recherche Holocaust Geography Collaborative

Participation comme assistant de recherche (2016 –2017) & comme membre affilié (depuis 2017). Plus d’informations: http://holocaustgeographies.org/  

Octobre 2017 – Présent

Collectif de recherche Connus à cette adresse

Participation au collectif de recherche et expertise en SIG et analyse géographique. Le collectif, mené par Isabelle Backouche, Sarah Gensburger, et Eric Le Bourhis, travaille sur l’histoire urbaine, et notamment la question du logement, à Paris pendant la période de l’occupation.

Août 2017 – Mai 2018

Assistant chargé de recherche

Assistant de recherche pour Dr. Yihong Yuan (Department de Géographie, Texas State University), pour un projet comprenant « big geodata » et analyses de données temporelles et de trajectoires.

Enseignement

Janvier 2015 – Décembre 2020

Chargé de TD et d’enseignement

Département de Géographie, Texas State University (États-Unis)

– Cours magistral développé en enseigné:

· Méthodes de Recherches en Géographie (niveau licence 3)

– TDs et TPs:

· SIG II – Python (niveau master et doctorat)
· Cartographie Web – Javascript (niveau licence 3, master et doctorat)
· Géologie Physique (niveau licence 1)
· Géologie Historique (niveau licence 2)

COMMUNICATIONS
SCIENTIFIQUES

Articles dans revues avec comité de lecture

Nadège Ragaru et Maël Le Noc. 2021. Visual Clues to the Holocaust: The Case of the Deportation of Jews from Northern Greece. Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Accepté, publication prévue fin 2021)

Le Noc, Maël, Alberto Giordano, et Tim Cole. 2020. The Geography of the Holocaust in Italy: Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Arrests for Families and Individuals and a Conceptual Model. The Professional Geographer 72(4), 575-585.

Autres publications avec comité de lecture

Knowles, Anne Kelly, Paul B. Jaskot, Tim Cole, and Alberto Giordano, with assistance from Maël Le Noc, Paul Rayson, and Ian Gregory. 2020. Mind the Gap: Reading Across the Holocaust Testimonial Archive. In The Holocaust in the 21st Century: Relevance and Challenges in the Digital Age. Vol XIV of Lessons and Legacies, ed. Tim Cole and Simone Gigliotti. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. (Accepté, publication prévue pour fin 2020)

Le Noc, Maël. 2019. Feminist Critiques of GIS. The Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge, ed. John P. Wilson. Ithaca, NY: University Consortium for Geographic Information Science.

Yuan, Yihong, et Maël Le Noc. 2018. Exploring Urban Mobility from Taxi Trajectories: A Case Study of Nanjing, China. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Data Science, Technology and Applications – Volume 1: DATA, SciTePress, 302-307.

Cartes et Atlas

Brownstein, Daniel, and Maël Le Noc. 2018. Bangalore’s disappearing lakes. In Water: An atlas, ed. Darin Jensen et al, 148-149. Oakland, CA: Guerrilla Cartography.  

Publications soumises et en préparations

Le Noc Maël. Présences, proximités et disparitions. Une approche spatiale de la persécution des Juifs à Paris 1940-1944. (Soumis à Histoire Urbaine, en attente de décision)

Maël Le Noc and Eric Sarmiento. « ‘How we were made Jews’: Space, subjectivation, and resistance in occupied Paris ». (En préparation)    

Conférences

12 Mars 2020, Geographies of Persecution in Occupied Paris: Place and Space in Survivors’ Testimonies. Margee and Douglas Greenberg Research Fellow Lecture. USC Shoah Foundation, Los Angeles, CA.

23 Octobre 2017. Using GIS to study family arrests and separations during the Holocaust in Italy. Digital Approaches to Genocide Studies conference. USC Shoah Foundation, Los Angeles, CA.

10 Novembre 2016. The Holocaust in France: Insights from survivors’ oral histories. National French Week Lectures, Department of Modern Languages, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX.

Communications lors de colloques

Le Noc Maël and Eric Sarmiento. 2019. Subjectivity, Persecution, and Urban Space: The case of Parisian Jews, 1940-1944. Southwest Division of the Association of Americans Geographers (SWAAG), Fort Worth, TX.

Le Noc Maël and Eric Sarmiento. 2019. Othering and Exclusion: Jews’ Experience of Public Space in Occupied Paris. American Association of Geographers (AAG), Washington, DC.

Le Noc, Maël. 2018, Jews and Public Space in Occupied Paris. IXth Race Ethnicity and Place Conference, Austin, TX.

Yuan, Yihong, and Maël Le Noc, 2018. Exploring Urban Dynamics from Taxi Trajectories: A Case Study of Nanjing, China. AAG, New Orleans, LA.

Le Noc, Maël, 2018. Shifting the resolution: Using GIS to study family groups during the Holocaust, AAG, New Orleans, LA.

Le Noc, Maël, 2017. Accounts of Family Separations in Holocaust Survivors’ Oral Histories. AAG, Boston, MS.

Le Noc, Maël, 2016.Visualizing the trajectory of Jews deported from Italy during the Holocaust. SWAAG, Denton, TX.

Le Noc, Maël and Alberto Giordano, 2016. Family separation during the Holocaust in Italy. Association of Americans Geographers, San Francisco, CA.

Le Noc, Maël and Alberto Giordano, 2015. Spatio-temporal patterns of Jewish family arrests during the Holocaust in Italy. SWAAG, San Antonio, TX.

BOURSES &
DISTINCTIONS

Bourses de recherches
(Fellowships)

2020-2021 – Fred and Maria Devinki Memorial Fellowship, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

2020 – Phi Kappa Phi Dissertation Fellowship

2020 – Doctoral Research Support Fellowship, Graduate College, Texas State University

2019-2020 – Margee and Douglas Greenberg Research Fellowship, USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research

2017 – Summer Institute Fellowship, Holocaust Education Foundation of Northwestern University

2016 – Texas State Doctoral Merit Fellowship, Texas State University

Prix et récompenses

2019 – Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Service, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2017 – Outstanding Master’s Thesis Awards in Digital Scholarship, Conference of Southern Graduate Schools (CSGS)

2016 – Outstanding Master’s Thesis Awards in Digital Scholarship, Texas State University

2016 – Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Service, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2016 – Wiley Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Department of Geography, Texas State University

Bourses d’études
(Scholarships)

2020 – Sandra E. Estaville Geography Scholarship, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2020 – Student Government Scholarship, Texas State University

2019 – Graduate College Liberal Art Scholarship, Texas State University

2019 – Sandra E. Estaville Dissertation Scholarship, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2019 – Bernard W. Detlefsen Candidate Scholarship, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2018 – Celebrity Classic Scholarship, Texas State University

2018 – Graduate College Liberal Art Scholarship, Texas State University

2018 – Bernard W. Detlefsen Doctoral Excellence Scholarship, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2017 – Jeffries Family Scholarship in Geography, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2017 – Graduate College Liberal Art Scholarship, Texas State University

2016 – Bernard W. Detlefsen Doctoral Recruitment Scholarship, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2016 – Graduate College Liberal Art Scholarship, Texas State University

2015 – Student Government Scholarship, Texas State University

2015 – Bernard W. Detlefsen Masters Excellence, Department of Geography, Texas State University

2015 – Graduate College Liberal Art Scholarship, Texas State University

Financements (Grants)

2019 – Rising Scholarly Travel Activity and Research (S.T.A.R) grant. ($500)

2018 – Rising Scholarly Travel Activity and Research (S.T.A.R) grant. ($200)

2016 – Rising Scholarly Travel Activity and Research (S.T.A.R) grant. ($500)

LEADERSHIP

Academique and Professionnel

Alpha Chi National Honor Society, Texas State University Chapter, Outreach Coordinator (2016-2018) & Vice-President (2018-2020)

Student Government Graduate House Leader, Texas State University (2017-2019)

Student Government Graduate House Representative, Texas State University (2016-2019)

Texas State Geography Graduate Forum, Vice President (2017-2018) & Co-President (2015-2016, 2018-2019)

Student Government Finance Commission, Texas State University, Member (2016-2018)

Graduate Council, Texas State University, Student Representative (Spring 2018)

University Leadership Assembly, Texas State University, Student Representative (2017-2018)

AAG Graduate Student Affinity Group, Secretary (2016-2018) PhD Faculty

Representative, Geography Department, Texas State University (2016-2017)

SERVICE

Academique et Professionel

Race, Ethnicity, and Place Conference, Technical arrangements (2018-2021)

Student Regalia Committee, Texas State University, Committee member (2019-2020)

Dean of Student’s Student Government Task Force, Texas State University, Task Force Member (2018-2019)

Muir Mentoring Award Selection Committee, Texas State University, Committee Member (2018)

Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching Selection Committee, Texas State University, Committee Member (2017)

Texas State University Graduate College, « What I Wish I Had Been Told as a New Graduate Student » Shop talk, Panelist (2016 & 2018)

2016 International Research Conference for Graduate Student, Texas State University, Moderator

2015 SWAAG-AGC San Antonio meeting, Local arrangements