Efadul Huq

Efadul Huq is a poet, urban planner, community-based archivist, and mutual aid organizer currently based in Northampton, MA. He works as faculty in the Environmental Science & Policy program at Smith College. Inspired by multiple energies in and beyond the academy, Huq’s works span environmental justice issues, international community development, urban sustainability, and political ecology, with a geographic focus on the Bengal delta, the Great Lakes region, and the Connecticut river valley. Their transnationally engaged research and teaching are woven into their collaborative work with community organizations, queer archives, advocacy groups, citizen science initiatives, professional planning organizations, and diverse publics.

AGITATE! Content by Efadul Huq

Buried Waters

Macron on the Banks of Turag: Sustainable Adaptation as Assimilation into an Imperial Order


Moving Memories: An Archive of Bangladeshi Queer Migrants in the US