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Miriam Gay-Antaki

  • Assistant Professor Geography & Environmental Studies; Associate Director, R.H. Mallory Center for Community Geography; Member of the National Academy of Sciences Engineering and Medicine Committee to Advise the U.S. Global Change Research Program

Curriculum Vitae


My work focuses on human-environment relations in the era of anthropogenic global climate change. I draw from political ecology and decolonial feminist geography to amplify voices that are not regularly part of the debate on climate change - from formal political spaces, such as the UN Conference of the Parties, to scientific spaces such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - to make research on the topic more effective for vulnerable and underrepresented communities. 

Interests include Human Dimensions of Climate Change, Political Ecology, Decolonial Geography, Feminist Geography, Human Environment Geography, Science and Technology Studies, Mexico.