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SriPallavi Nadimpalli

Tutor at the University of Melbourne, The University of Melbourne

Pallavi is a researcher and an urban planner who is passionate about exploring gender intersections in planning and design to co-create inclusive spaces for all. She has recently completed her doctoral studies at the University of Melbourne. Her thesis looked at how place belonging experiences of migrant Indian women are shaped through their everyday practices in two cities- Hyderabad, India and Melbourne, Australia. She has previously worked in both public and private sectors in the areas of urban planning, real estate research, and community development for over six years.


  • 2021–present
    Tutor, University of Melbourne


  • 2021 
    University of Melbourne, PhD Urban Planning
  • 2009 
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Masters of Urban Planning


  • 2021
    Missed Pauses and Everyday Interactions for Migrant Indian Women during COVID-19 Times, The Journal of Public Space
  • 2017
    Cities for whom? Re-examining identity, to reclaim the right to the city for women, Australian Planner