Fatemeh Roohafza

Fatemeh is a cultural geographer whose work explores the intersections of gender and culture in human–urban space relationships.

With a background rooted in an exploration of the intricate relationship between humans and the urban natural environment, Fatemeh Roohafza’s research encompasses a wide spectrum of themes vital to sustainable urban development. Her work spans areas such as climate justice, urban green and blue spaces, community health and well-being, and urban disaster resilience.

As a cultural geographer, Fatemeh is driven by a commitment to uncovering the diverse cultural dimensions of urban landscapes. In addition to her environmental sustainability research, she is passionate about understanding and addressing the unique challenges and opportunities faced by culturally and linguistically diverse communities in urban environments. Through her research, she unveils the experiences of these communities, aiming to foster greater inclusivity and resilience in urban settings.