Akshay Barman completed his Masters in Film Studies from the School of Culture and Creative Expressions, Ambedkar University Delhi. He has worked in the field of arts, culture, media and research engaging with challenging questions to push the limits of discourses and modes of representation. He worked on website development, video editing and cataloguing for the Centre.
Lakshay Dabas completed his M.A. in Environment and Development in Ambedkar University Delhi. During the course of his Master’s degree in Human Ecology, he developed a keen interest in documenting avifauna in urban forests. He wielded his knack for photography to catalogue a range of birds and urban landscapes for the Centre.
Preet Mishra is presently completing his MSc. Physics in Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra. He has been engaged with studies on the interdisciplinary subject of complex network sciences. Currently, he is working on a project which investigates Co-Authorship Networks in Invasion Biology.
Himanshu Choudhery completed his Master’s Degree in Environment and Development from Ambedkar University Delhi in 2019. His research interest is in understanding the ecology of avifauna in urban and peri-urban areas. Himanshu loves exploring nature, hiking, and wildlife photography.
Contributions to CUES Blog
- UNDERSTANDING THE SOUNDS OF ANIMALS
- CONSERVATION THROUGH CITIZEN SCIENCE
- A HEALTHCARE SYSTEM WHICH CARES ABOUT WOMEN
- ADAPTABILITY OF WETLAND-DEPENDENT BIRDS TO CHANGING LANDSCAPES
- WATER SCARCITY AMIDST COVID-19
- BATTERED BATS
- DEAD BUT ALIVE
- DHANAURI: A BIRD HABITAT AMIDST HUMAN HABITATION
- A BIRD IN HAND WORTH PROTECTING
Contributions to Restoration Ecology Blog
Kartik Chugh completed his Masters in Environment and Development from School of Human Ecology, Ambedkar University in 2019. He is fascinated by urban evolution and political ecology of the interactions between human and non-human species in the urban spaces. In his free time, Kartik enjoys playing football and learning languages.
Contributions to CUES Blog
THE DIGITAL ECOLOGIES OF ANIMAL DISPLAY
THE GEOGRAPHIES OF ANIMAL DISPLAY
THE CIRCULATION OF TOXICITY BETWEEN URBAN AND PERI-URBAN FRONTIERS
COMPLEXITIES ASSOCIATED WITH URBAN WASTE REUSE AND ACCESS
URBAN WASTE REUSE IN PERI-URBAN AGRICULTURE
WHOSE CITY? WHOSE COMMONS?: URBANIZATION AND THE FATE OF (PERI) URBAN COMMONS IN INDIA
THE PERI-URBAN INTERFACE: DEVELOPMENT AND LAND-USE POLITICS
THEORISING PERI-URBAN: MOVING TOWARDS A POLITICAL ECOLOGY PERSPECTIVE
PLANT-POLLINATOR INTERACTIONS AT DHEERPUR WETLAND PROJECT SITE
MORE-THAN-HUMAN CITIES: ON URBAN DESIGN AND NONHUMAN AGENCY
QUARANTINE ECOLOGIES: THE SPECTACULAR RETURN OF ANIMALS
ANIMAL GEOGRAPHIES II: A GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVE
THE CASE AGAINST ANIMAL RIGHTS
ANIMAL GEOGRAPHIES I: A BRIEF OVERVIEW
ENTANGLED SPACES: LIME SWALLOWTAIL IN MY URBAN GARDEN
ANIMAL CAPITAL IN THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY
IN TIMES OF A PANDEMIC: (RE)THINKING RELATIONSHIPS WITH EARTH OTHERS