I am honoured and incredibly excited to announce that I will be a doctoral researcher with the brilliant Dr. Linnet Taylor on her DATAJUSTICE project, funded by the European Research Council. The project will focus on a critical assessment of the feasibility of a global framework for data justice, and then conceptualise and iteratively refine it.
My paper with Liliana Miranda, Dr. Karin Pfeffer en Prof. Isa Baud titled ‘Risk perception: the social construction of spatial knowledge around climate-change related scenarios in Lima” is now available online [gated] with Habitat International. It is part of a special issue on Configuring knowledge in urban water-related risks and vulnerability. [gated].
My new paper with Prof. Isa Baud in Habitat International just became available online. [gated, but write me] It is part of a special issue on Configuring Knowledge for urban water-related risks and vulnerabilities.
Though several shorter pieces written for a lay audience will follow, the paper centres on why despite the fact that all the knowledge needed for managing floods in Chennai is locally available, there are distinct barriers to knowledge sharing, based on framings that determine what it relevant to consider as flood management, or not.