Bhumi has over six years of experience and has worked around learning design, digital technology, and cultural heritage. She holds an MCA with specialisation in Mobile Computing (2018) and MMS in Heritage Management (2022) from Ahmedabad University. She is interested in examining knowledge, judgment and reflective practice in art, culture and design as instances of knowledge-making.
She was previously associated with the Centre for Learning Futures for various teaching and learning initiatives and Centre for Inter-Asian Research as a Research Associate. She was also associated with Vizara Technologies, a Digital India Initiative start-up incubated at NASSCOM Center of Excellence – IoT & AI. She has worked for a short term on developing the Virtual Reality Museums Project for the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Rajasthan.
Shah, Bhumi. "Sites and Kshetras: Complexities in framing Living Religious Heritage." Master's thesis, Ahmedabad University, 2022.
Conference Publications and Presentations
Sites and Kshetras: Complexities in framing Living Religious Heritage Sites. International Symposium on Cultural Heritage x Sustainable Development in the Asia-Pacific Region - Milestones and Opportunities. November 2022.