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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 world of my thesis, “Nature’s Timekeeper: Investigating the evolution and adjustment of spaces in natural history and zoology museums to reflect social and cultural shifts driven by environmental themes.”

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My thesis is a blend of history, architecture, and the intricate interplay between environmental and sociological factors. It’s a journey through time and space, exploring how museums have transformed over the years to mirror our evolving understanding of the environment. “Nature’s Timekeeper” is not just a research project; it’s a testament to my unwavering passion for these subjects.

As you follow along, you’ll be privy to the latest advancements and insights from my thesis and also some past stuff (because I’m a 5th year phD candidate, so I should also share some retroactive stuff. We’ll explore the methodologies and approaches that underpin my research, unveiling the ‘how’ behind my discoveries. You’ll also get a front-row seat to events and conferences that I’m privileged to attend, offering you a glimpse into the broader academic landscape.

Beyond that, a selection of articles, books, and resources that align with our shared interests will also be curated and posted here. This blog is not just about the research; it’s a glimpse into the life of a Ph.D. student. I’ll candidly share the day-to-day challenges and triumphs, offering insights into time management, overcoming writer’s block, and managing the demands of academia.

I invite you, fellow Ph.D. candidates, researchers, and anyone with a passion for history, architecture, and the environment, to join the conversation. Share your insights, experiences, and questions as we navigate this multidisciplinary world together.

I’m thrilled to have you on board for this expedition into the intriguing world of natural history and zoology museums, the evolution of their narratives, and their profound connections to our environmental consciousness. Thank you, my future readers, for being part of this endeavor.

Let the journey begin!