Sapana Doshi Ph.D

About Sapana Doshi Ph.D

I am an Assistant Professor at the School of Geography and Development and a Faculty Affiliate in the Department of Gender and Women's Studies. My work explores the nexus of cultural politics and political economy in cities of the Global South and traverses the fields of critical development studies, feminist political geography and urban geography. I teach undergraduate courses and graduate seminars in the School of Geography and Development as well as courses for UA's new Masters in Development Practice.

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Areas of Study

Critical Development Studies, Urban Geography, Feminist Geography, Cities of the Global South, Social Movements, State Theory, Ethnography, Displacement and Dispossession

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Sapana Doshi Ph.D
Assistant Professor, School of Geography and Development
Telephone: 520-621-1652
Office: Harvill 438

Degree(s)

PhD (2011) Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley

B.A. (1997) Department of Economics, Barnard College, Columbia University

Courses Taught

 

DVP 601 Social Science Perspectives on Development Practice: Themes, Theories and Strategies

DVP 602 The Role of Culture in Sustainable Development

Geog 370 Geographies of International Development: Poverty, Development and Social Change in a Globalizing World

Geog 372 Gender and Geography: Space, Power and Difference in Transnational Perspective

Geog 696 Political Geography (Political Geographies of Development)