Shoshana Goldstein, Princeton Mellon / Princeton Institute for International & Regional Studies Fellow
Shoshana Goldstein’s fellowship is extended for a second year and sponsored by the the M.S. Chadha Center for Global India, the Princeton Institute for International & Regional Studies, and the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.
Goldstein's research explores the impacts of India's economic liberalization on urban planning, governance, and placemaking for migrant and formerly agrarian communities in peri-urban New Delhi. Her current project charts the complex planning history of Delhi's satellite city, Gurgaon.
Goldstein holds a Ph.D. in city and regional planning from Cornell and an M.A. in international affairs from The New School. She has taught courses on migration, infrastructure, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Cornell's College of Architecture Art and Planning and at Princeton. Her work has been funded by the Clarence Stein Foundation, the US Department of Education, the Mario Einaudi Center at Cornell, and the Princeton Urban Imagination Center. Prior to earning her doctorate, Goldstein worked for the India China Institute and as a consultant for the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs and UNICEF.