Category Archives: Mapping

Spatial and demographic growth of Delhi

Migrant infrastructure: Transaction economies in Birmingham and Leicester, UK

This is a blog post to accompany an article I wrote for Urban Studies with Suzanne Hall and Robin Finlay which can be accessed by clicking: here. ——– This blog was written to accompany the online publication of our paper

Migrant infrastructure: Transaction economies in Birmingham and Leicester, UK

This is a blog post to accompany an article I wrote for Urban Studies with Suzanne Hall and Robin Finlay which can be accessed by clicking: here. ——– This blog was written to accompany the online publication of our paper

Envisioning migration through drawing

Between March and October 2015 I had the privilege of joining Suzanne Hall as a researcher on her project: Super-diverse Streets, Economics and spaces of urban migration in UK cities at LSE Cities. The first phase of project, which I

Envisioning migration through drawing

Between March and October 2015 I had the privilege of joining Suzanne Hall as a researcher on her project: Super-diverse Streets, Economics and spaces of urban migration in UK cities at LSE Cities. The first phase of project, which I

Mundka Plastic Market

“[A]t the heart of the city life is the capacity for its different people, spaces, activities, and things to interact in ways that exceed any attempt to regulate them. While the absence of regulation is commonly seen as a bad

Mundka Plastic Market

“[A]t the heart of the city life is the capacity for its different people, spaces, activities, and things to interact in ways that exceed any attempt to regulate them. While the absence of regulation is commonly seen as a bad

Emergency Colonies

Between 1962 and 1977 the resettlement colony found in Delhi, in its current form, took shape as a government response to the incremental walled city and burgeoning squatter settlements.[1] During this period about 240,000 households were resettled in 44 resettlement

Emergency Colonies

Between 1962 and 1977 the resettlement colony found in Delhi, in its current form, took shape as a government response to the incremental walled city and burgeoning squatter settlements.[1] During this period about 240,000 households were resettled in 44 resettlement