PhD and Motherhood
When I tell people that I had my daughter in my first year of PhD and still finished my PhD without requiring an extension, it seems like I did something extraordinary. PhD and motherhood are full-time jobs and if you have to do both together- it can be very difficult. However, it is not impossible! […]
Corona Virus Symptoms Tracking
As coronavirus cases continue to increase in India, I would like to share an Excel file in which you can track your symptoms. Please use this link to download. My father developed it and started populating it even before he was tested positive. For us, it was very useful to track the fluctuations in my […]
New Position at University College London
I am very happy to announce that I have started (in May 2020) a new position at the Institute for Sustainable Heritage at University College London. I am a Lecturer (Teaching) in Sustainable Heritage and Data Analysis, I teach in MSc Sustainable Heritage and MSc Data Analysis for Cultural Heritage.
Twitter, disasters and cultural heritage: A case study of the 2015 Nepal earthquake
This article was published in the Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. You can read this article here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-5973.12333. It is open access, enjoy!