- Mukherjee, J. ‘Living systems infrastructure’ of Kolkata: Exploring coproduction of urban nature using historical urban political ecology (HUPE). Environment and Urbanization 34(1): 32-51.
- Das, A. K., Mukherjee, J., and Chatterjee, U. 2022. Importance–Performance Analysis to assess community role in solid waste management in the Hooghly District, West Bengal. Innovative Infrastructure Solutions (Springer) 7(3): 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-022-10668-7.
- Chowhan, G., Sen, A. and Mukherjee, J. Exploring visions of social resilience and sustainability around the making of mega and world-class cities in India. GeoJournal (Springer). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-022-10644-1.
- Mukherjee, J., Bhattacharya, S. and Bose, L. 2022. Heritage of basic human rights: Politics of environmentalism surrounding the Adi Ganga in Kolkata. In S. Pattanaik and A. Sen (eds.), Contested Landscapes and Regional Political Ecologies of Environmental Conflicts in India. London and New York: Routledge.
- Pande, S., Haeffner, M., Blöschl, G., Alam, M.F., Castro, C., Di Baldassarre, G., Frick-Trzebitzky, F., Hogeboom, R., Kreibich, H., Mukherjee, J., Mukherji, A., Nardi, F., Nüsser, M., Tian, F., vn Oel, P. and Sivapalan, M. 2022. Never ask for a lighter rain but a stronger umbrella. Frontiers in Water 3: 822334.
- Mukherjee, J., Morera, R., Guerrin, J. and Veron, R. 2021. Histories of urban deltascapes: A comparison of Arles and Kolkata. Global Environment: A Journal of Transdisciplinary History (UK: The White Horse Press) 14(3): 505-534.
- Mukherjee, J. Blue infrastructures: Natural Ecology, Political History and Urban Development in Kolkata. Singapore: Springer Nature.
- Mukherjee, J. (ed.) 2018. Sustainable Urbanization in India: Challenges and Opportunities. Singapore: Springer Nature.
- Allen, A., Hoffman, P., Mukherjee, J. and Walnycki, A. 2016. Water trajectories through non-networked infrastructures: Insights from peri-urban Dar es Salaam, Cochabamba and Kolkata. Urban Research and Practice (Taylor and Francis) 10(1): 22-42.
- Mukherjee, J. 2015. Beyond the urban: Rethinking urban ecology using Kolkata as a case study. International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development (Taylor and Francis) 7(2): 131-146.
Areas of Expertise:
Urban environmental history
Urban political ecology
Assistant Professor,Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Kharagpur
Carson Fellow, Rachel Carson Center for Environmentand Society
Assistant Professor, Institute of Development Studies Kolkata
Junior Research Fellow and Lecturer, Jadavpur University
Prizes & Awards:
Faculty Excellence Award. 2021. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
CoreNet Global Academic Challenge 6.0. 2021. Cushman and Wakefield, KI and IA
Salzburg Global and Nippon Foundation Fellowship. 2020. Japan-India Transformative Technology Network, Magome, Japan
Carson Writing Fellowship. 2018-19. Rachel Carson Centre for Environment and Society, Germany
Australian Award Fellowship. 2015 and 2010. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
World Social Science Fellowshipon ‘Sustainable Urbanization’. 2013. International Social Science Council (ISSC), UNESCO, Paris
Memberships & Networks:
- Board Member, Cluster of Cooperation (CLOC) Knowledge to Action (K2A) in South Asia. Swiss Universities
- Advisory Board Member, British Academy funded research project on Reimagining the Good City from Ennore Creek, Chennai (2022-24)
- Member, the Asian Society for Environmental History Founding Committee (AEAEH) of the five-member global team
- Fellow, Salzburg Global Seminar, Austria and Former Fellow, Rachel Carson Centre for Environment and Society, Munich
- Active member of the ‘Panta Rhei’ Network by the International Association of Hydrological Sciences
- Editorial Board Member, Journal of Coastal and Riverine Flood Risk. Netherlands: TU- Delft
- Editorial Board Member, Global Environment (will join January 2023 onwards)
- Associate Editor, Coastal Studies and Society. UK: Sage
- Member, Too Big to Ignore
- Country Coordinator and Co-investigator, Vulnerability to Viability Global Partnership Project