Cindy has an international background having lived and worked in the UK, India, Mexico, the Caribbean, Canada and Sweden. Her academic background is in Geography, GIS, Environmental Engineering, and the Arts. In her Master’s degree in Rural Planning and Community Development at the University of Guelph in Canada, she investigated community adaptive strategies to rapid socio-economic change.
As a PhD student she is currently looking at engagement in Do-It-Yourself practices that link knowledge to action in 'publicly initiated scientific research'.
Her research interests extend beyond her PhD studies, leading her to co-found Citizens without Borders, an enterprise that seeks to extend and challenge our conception of ourselves and the world around us through projects such as 'Science has no Borders'. Her passion is to understand how people and communities organize themselves and thrive in addressing issues of concern to them.
Engagement; DIY; empowerment; "publicly initiated scientific research"; communicative action; emancipation; creativity; learning
e-mail: cindy [dot] regalado [dot] 11 [at] ucl [dot] ac [dot] uk
Tel: +44 (0) 744 680 1761
Website: Click here
- Regalado. C., 2012. Geographic Information Science and Public Participation: Book Review. Planning and Design 39 (2) 409-410. Springer, Heidelberg, 2010
- Regalado, C., 2009. Community Adaptive Strategies to Rapid Socio-Economic Change: The Case of Cabo San Lucas. MSc. thesis in Rural Planning and Development, University of Guelph, Canada
- Reid, D., Hall, K., Johnson, S, and Regalado, C. 2009. Policy Alternatives for Poverty Eradication in Rural Canada. School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph, Canada
- Regalado, C. 2006. Traffic Alleviation Plan for Basseterre. BAH Field Research Report submitted to the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis
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