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Himanshu's current research and teaching are oriented by twin concerns for spatial justice and sustainability, and focus on diverse urban transformations in India, especially those related to infrastructure projects. In 2021 he co-curated an online research exhibition titled Make/Break (https://makebreak.tiss.edu/) with Amita Bhide, Lalitha Kamath and Ratoola Kundu. Make/Break focuses on the quiet violence of Mumbai’s ongoing spatial transformation. In 2019 he edited a special issue of Marg titled Infrastructure as space: Development and its (Dis)Contents (2019). He has also published two books, Urban Parallax (co-edited with Amita Bhide; Yoda Press 2018) and Space for Engagement (Seagull Books, 2008).
Himanshu is a co-founder of Gubbi Alliance for Sustainable Habitat (www.gubbi.org) a network of architects practicing sustainably in India and has a Ph. D. in Urban Planning from CEPT University, Ahmedabad.