Pushpa Arabindoo is Lecturer in Geography and Urban Design at University College London, and Co-Director of the UCL Urban Laboratory.
Dr Arabindoo is a specialist in the fields of urbanization, public space and political activism in India, and is also a practising designer in the UK. Her research focus is on the emerging aspects of urbanisation and development issues in South Asian cities amidst the concerns of neoliberalisation and globalisation. She is currently working on the changing nature of the urban environmental discourse in India following recent natural disasters including the 2004 tsunami and the 2005 floods.
During the 2017-18 academic year, Pushpa is on a research sabbatical as an EURIAS Fellow at the Paris Institute of Advanced Studies.
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