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The Inability of Ability

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The inability of Ability within UK archaeology today is a major bugbear for those of us within enabled archaeology.


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Those of you who are new to the website, and indeed the discussion surrounding dis/Abled/enabled participation in archaeology, will have likely noticed some unfamiliar language… Read More »Language

Empowering Archaeology

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What model of disability do people with dyslexia in university archaeology courses experience? O’Mahony, T. (2017)figshare. doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.5394382.v1. This study investigated specifically the experiences of… Read More »Empowering Archaeology