Professor Malini Ranganathan
Dr. Ranganathan is a critical geographer with a special interest in urban environmental injustices across the North-South divide. Apart from writing on the water tragedy in Flint, MI, and intersectional and decolonial struggles for freedom and the environment in the US, she also brings insights from postcolonial cities to bear on urban space, injustice, and the environment in the US, as she did for instance in “Water Marginalization at the Urban Fringe: Environmental Justice and Political Ecology Across the North-South Divide” in Urban Geography.
You can read more about Dr. Ranganathan’s work on her website.
Professor Eve Bratman
Dr. Bratman’s research concerns sustainable development politics and environmental governance. Her major projects focus on the links between environmental policy, infrastructure, agriculture, and human rights in the Brazilian Amazon. Dr. Bratman also has expertise in urban politics and development issues in the Americas, including in Washington DC. Dr. Bratman’s “Development’s Paradox: is Washington DC a Third World city?” was published in Third World Quarterly.
To learn more about Dr. Bratman’s work, visit her website.