Browsing All posts tagged under »disability«

How are we making archaeology accessible for all and are we doing it well enough?

September 11, 2017


Dealing with disabilities is something close to my heart. So it was a real pleasure to film this session at CIfA and to share it with you now: Session Details Organisers: Theresa O’Mahony, Enabled Archaeology; Victoria Reid, Access to Archaeology. Supported by the CIfA Equality and Diversity Group We need to be a more dynamic […]

Disclosing Disability: Employment in Archaeology

August 14, 2014


So you are an archaeologist with a disability or an employer who might employ someone with a disability what do you do? Luckily, there is guidance available, the wonderful guide ‘Employing People with Disabilities: Good Practice Guidance for Archaeologists‘. Thank you to David at These Bones of Mine for alerting me to this great resource. […]

My Disabilities, My Archaeology

August 13, 2014


vox hiberionacum made a comment on my last post about dyslexia and archaeology that I think is interesting: ‘I wonder if there is some underlying cognitive issue at play. Always thought that the skills involved in dealing with such a condition make one particularly suited to seeing/finding patterns in material culture.’ Very similar to the idea […]