Deborah Dutta is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Rural Management Anand. She completed her PhD from the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Mumbai. Her research areas span environmental education and sustainable transitions, with a focus on community-practice based approaches such as urban farming. Her work explores community engagement, socio-technical systems, and sustainable food systems. She is a member of the South Asian Learning Sciences Collective and a 2021–22 fellow of the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Leadership program hosted by Engagement Global, Germany. She is also the recipient of a grant under the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures project hosted by the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS). She is an avid gardener and writer.
Contributions to Humans and Nature Press:
• Sacred and Sacrilege: Weaving Resilience and Exploitation through Forest Assemblages (coming soon)
Additional Noteworthy Links:
• Writings by Deborah Dutta
Read more of Deborah Dutta’s writings on her blog, Under a Banyan Tree.