Language is constantly evolving within inclusion and diversity spaces; not only are some terms and phrases being identified as harmful or oppressive, but others are… Read More »On Changing Terminology: From “Dis/Abled” to “Disabled”
Part 2. The ‘new-old normal’: how inclusive has archaeology really become? (and what does hybrid actually mean?)
Marloes van der Sommen I wrote about it before: Now that the world is ‘easing up’, back to the ‘old normal’ I wondered: what lessons… Read More »Part 2. The ‘new-old normal’: how inclusive has archaeology really become? (and what does hybrid actually mean?)
Marloes Van Der Sommen Now that the world is ‘easing up’, and we go back to the ‘old normal’, I’m starting to get a little… Read More »The ‘new-old normal’: how inclusive has archaeology during covid really become?
Marloes van der Sommen Now, “different” is nice, but it sure isn’t pretty “Pretty” is what it’s about I never met anyone who was “different”… Read More »‘Being different’ is looking for Space in Archaeology￼
Sarahjayne Clements from the Enabled Archaeology Foundation introduces the Foundation as part of the Festival of Archaeology, shares the objectives, goals, key themes and current… Read More »An Introduction to the Enabled Archaeology Foundation
A Tribute to Theresa & British Enabled Archaeology In a fitting testament to work of Theresa, Emily Stammitti and MOLA Community Archaeologist, Will Rathouse, presented… Read More »Enabling and Including in British Archaeology