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Ramiro Campos

Adjunct Instructor of Global Studies and Geography


MA, 2006, CUNY Hunter Coll; BA, 2000, CUNY Hunter Coll


Ramiro Campos received his MA in Geography after having some unconventional travel throughout Latin America. His initial turn towards Latin America came after the multi-faceted protest movements against the neoliberal economic shocks in Peru and Bolivia. He later began to study urban morphology in Latin America, which in turn led him to study migration and transnationalism. More recently, he has begun to research why global climate change has actually worsened despite the best efforts and intentions of local institutions and the United Nations.  He uses political ecology and ecofeminism to examine the social construction of nature and population in an attempt to help reformulate efforts of achieving social and environmental justice.

Teaching interests
Cultural geography; climate change; ecofeminism; health geography; migration and transnationalism; critical geography; urbanization in the Global South

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