Adithi Muralidhar did MSc in zoology and specialized in environmental sciences, and subsequently completed an MA in educational communication. She worked as a zoology lecturer before getting professionally involved in several science education projects. Presently, she is a Scientific Officer at the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE), TIFR, Mumbai, India. At HBCSE, her work extends to the development of resources for science and environment curriculum, engaging teachers in professional development programs, as well as research and development in design and technology education. She is nature enthusiast and runs a blog called Earthly Notes, where she documents her notes on wildlife, environment, sustainability, and education. Adithi has a keen interest in socio-cultural issues and understanding the dynamics of society and environment. She can be reached at email@example.com and on Instagram, which she is still trying to figure out.
Contributions to Humans and Nature Press:
• Sacred and Sacrilege: Weaving Resilience and Exploitation through Forest Assemblages (coming soon)
Additional Noteworthy Links:
• Writings by Adithi Muralidhar
Read more of Adithi Muralidhar’s writings on her blog, Earthly Notes.