Shoshana Goldstein

Shoshana Goldstein is an urban planner and academic. She currently holds a Princeton-Mellon Fellowship at Princeton’s School of Architecture, jointly appointed with the M.S. Chadha Center for Global India and the School of Public and International Affairs. Her research investigates histories of urban planning in India and North America, exploring themes of mobility justice, housing precarity, and placemaking among marginal and migrant communities. Her current book project charts the planning history of Gurgaon (also known as Gurugram), India’s “millennium city.”