Fellow, Climate Assessment for the Southwest
2020 recipient of the Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) Environment & Society Graduate Fellows Program.
Rachel Rosenbaum (she/her) is a sociocultural anthropologist studying the politics of urban infrastructure in Beirut, Lebanon. Her doctoral dissertation research examines how Lebanese grapple with decades of infrastructural and environmental degeneration, histories of violence, and issues of ineffective governance. Her research centers local environmental and infrastructural change-makers who are working collectively to tackle these issues and institute alternatives. Her project with CLIMAS will use this ongoing research to facilitate the design and implementation of a data visualization platform with her local partners, Recycle Lebanon. The platform, “Regenerate Lebanon,” is an open-source online platform visualizing interconnected environmental and infrastructural issues around the country and connecting people to solutions.
CLIMAS Related Outreach
|Caring in Crisis: Challenges and Lessons in Practicing Collaborative Research in 2020||Blog Post||Feb 18 2021|
|Recycle Lebanon||Blog Post||May 26 2020|