Rethinking Urban Nature PhD candidate Nida Rehman is at Princeton University today giving a guest lecture on the ‘Nature and Infrastructure in South Asia’ as part of the class topic ‘tropical hygiene’. Nida will present some of her PhD research where she examines historical relationships between water infrastructure, unintended ecologies and urban landscapes, focusing on how non-human actors like mosquitoes, water and invasive plants shape and are shaped by cultures of knowledge production and development across urban and global contexts.