Having a grand time writing and reading.
Although the spring semester is over, school work is not. I'm taking a few classes this summer. I'm looking forward to studying Ancient Egypt through a cultural lens of "...neglected 'others' (e.g. women, cross-genedered persons, foreigners, commoners) and their material culture..."(class syllabus, ADH). I am also taking a couple of Spanish classes. ¡Hola!
On the brink of my fourth year as a Bachelor of Arts student in Architectural History, the thrill of academic curiosity is as strong as ever. One crucial decision still looms ahead: choosing an undergraduate thesis topic. I am inclined towards an exploration of historic interiors in the post-industrial age, spanning from around the 1850s to the present. However, the beauty of academia lies in its fluidity, and I am open to the possibility of a shift in focus.
Reflecting on the incredible journey so far, I can't help but dream of a future where I publish my work post receiving my Master's degree in Architectural History. The subject? I envision an immersive cultural landscape study of the quintessential American Character Home.
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