Rosalina Babourkova is an urban geographer and planner, whose research interests involve social and spatial justice in post-socialist cities, particularly in relation to ethnic minorities, and comparative urbanism between post-colonial and post-socialist cities, with a focus on provision of and access to infrastructure services. Her PhD topic is about the politics of electricity access in Roma settlements in Bulgaria. She has also worked as a Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant at the Development Planning Unit, UCL and has lectured at the urban planning departments of the University of Architecture, Construction and Geodesy, Sofia and the Ho Chi Minh City University of Architecture. She has also worked on research and consultancy projects in Russia, Vietnam, the UK, India, Uganda and Ethiopia. The article she wrote for us can be found here.