Morgan Campbell

Morgan Campbell


I am a researcher and lecturer working on issues related to cities, mobility, culture and social justice, with a geographic focus on India. Coming from an interdisciplinary background, I investigate questions related to fissures between how cities are experienced by different populations and how they are represented as meta narratives of economic production, political power, and lifestyle consumption. Additionally, I look at public transport as a form of public space in motion; agency and negotiation in the context of everyday mobility of underrepresented populations.

Research interests

  • Public transport | BRT 
  • Transportation equity and justice
  • Passengering and the future of public space
  • Gendered mobility | Cultures of mobility
  • Automentality
  • 'Expert' knowledge and planning
  • Representation of the city | Urban experience 
  • Postindustrial cities
  • Qualitative Research Methodologies | Participatory Action-based Research
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  • BA, Kalamazoo College
  • MA Critical Theory & Cultural Studies, University of Nottingham
  • MUP, Hunter College
  • PhD Urban Planning & Public Policy, Rutgers University

Student education

I have taught or assistant taught the following modules:

  • Transportation, environment, and public health
  • Introduction to planning and policy
  • Research methods
  • International inequalites
  • Gender and development
  • Gender, poverty and development
  • Feminist advocacy
  • Principles of public health


Research groups and institutes

  • Social and Political Sciences