Margaret Wilder

Professor and Associate Director, School of Geography, Development, and Environment

Professor, Center for Latin American Studies

I am a human-environment geographer and political ecologist jointly-appointed in the School of Geography and Development and the Center for Latin American Studies.

My main research interests are in critical water governance, transboundary climate vulnerability and adaptation, water equity and security, and water and climate justice. I primarily work in the interior of Mexico and the US-Mexico border region, and in the southwestern US, and have interests in Central America (El Salvador, Honduras, and Panama) as well.

I love to teach undergraduates and advise graduate students. Lots more information on my website, so check it out!