Camelia Dewan is an environmental anthropologist focusing on the anthropology of development. She holds a PhD in Social Anthropology and Environment from the University of London (SOAS/Birkbeck). As a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology in the University of Oslo (2018-2023), she is examining the socio-environmental effects of shipbreaking in Bangladesh. She is the co-editor of two special issues- Fluid Dispossessions: Contested Waters in Capitalist Natures” (Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology) and Scaled Ethnographies of Toxic Flows (Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space). Dr. Dewan will be an Associate Senior Lecturer in Cultural Anthropology at Uppsala University from 2024.