Dr. Gisela Carrasco-Miró main field of work include decolonising development, postcolonial politics of development, de/postcolonial feminist economics, political ecology, degrowth, transnational solidarities, grassroots movements, settler colonialism and land grabbing, climate and ecological justice, and the need to draw attention to existing counter-hegemonic possibilities for creating more sustainable and equitable futures on the basis of awareness of our interdependence in a shared world. She teaches courses on decolonising development, feminist economics, ecofeminism(s), climate justice and decolonial knowledges, art and practices, placing particular emphasis on feminist, queer and decolonial critiques to mainstream development and economics, feminist analyses of current economic transformations taking place in the world and exploring possible futures.
Over ten years Gisela has worked with several international organizations and grassroots movements in Mexico and Central America, Sub-Saharan Africa and Europe. She has presented her thought on decolonising knowledges on politics of development, economics, ecology and feminism in peer-reviewed journals and books. Her work has been selected in research and artistic residences such as Faber Residency – Arts, Science and Humanities.