Blog posts

  • Welcome !

    In this blog, we embark on a journey of discovery, delving deep into the captivating world of natural history and zoology museums. This platform is more than just a blog; it’s also a personal space for me to connect with fellow Ph.D. candidates, share the intricacies of our academic experiences, and passionately delve into the…

  • Transformative experiences on video

    Get ready to dive into the firsthand experiences of the participants in the Trinational Summer School on transdisciplinary research and climate adaptation! This captivating video, curated by the organization of the summer school, brings together the voices of twenty master’s and doctoral students from diverse backgrounds and six different nationalities – including myself ! This…

  • Unpacking my Summer School experience: A Report

    Hey there, it’s me again, and I’m excited to share the details of my enriching summer school experience. In my first post, I introduced you to the summer school’s broad strokes, emphasizing the transformative impact it had on my research. The journey was a week-long exploration of transdisciplinary research for climate adaptation, set against the…

  • Summer School Adventures: Exploring Transdisciplinary Research for Climate Adaptation

    At the beginning of October, I had the privilege of participating in a truly enlightening event—the Trinational Summer School “Experimenting with Transdisciplinary Research – Using the example of Climate Adaptation of cities,” organized by Eucor – The European Campus. This fantastic educational program was specifically designed to empower 20 bright minds, including myself, with the…

  • Unraveling the Tapestry of Environmental Milestones: A Historical Analysis

    The full text, along with its bibliography, will be integrated into my thesis. This article, presented here in a simplified form without its references, will serve as a standalone reference for other researchers. Interestingly, during my research to reach this outcome, I encountered a scarcity of timeline-format texts to use as points of reference. Hence,…