Martha Nelle Pskowski is an independent journalist. She reports on city and environmental politics in Mexico and Central America. She is currently an M.A. candidate in Journalism and Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University.
Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The New Republic, The Nation, CityLab and over a dozen other publications. The International Women in Media Foundation and the James W. Foley Foundation have supported her reporting.
Martha is a former Fulbright fellow.
- OneZero: Uber Delivery Workers in Mexico Are Tracking Thieves Through Google Maps and WhatsApp Networks17 December, 2019
- ArchPaper: Mexico’s Housing Laboratory shows off 32 low-cost prototypes14 October, 2019
- The Nation: How Indigenous Mexicans Took on Big Energy and Won26 August, 2019
- Yale E360: Indigenous Maize- Who Owns the Rights to Mexico’s ‘Wonder’ Plant?24 July, 2019
- ArchPaper: SO – IL is building a social housing prototype in the heart of Mexico24 July, 2019
- The Verge: Deaths and injuries don’t slow Uber Eats’ rapid expansion in Mexico6 July, 2019
- Metropolis: Esrawe Studio Designs Félix Candela–Inspired Lights12 June, 2019
- CityLab: The Restaurant at the Center of a Gentrification War6 June, 2019
- Disegno: Interpreting Mexico’s native corn harvest18 April, 2019
- Dissent: Mexican Labor Reawakens4 April, 2019
- Culinary Backstreets: Mexico City State of the Stomach 20194 April, 2019
- Metropolis: Taller TO Explores Movement in Architecture on Mexico City’s Unsteady Ground4 April, 2019