Author: zoe

Introducing the Collective Anthro Mini Lectures Project for #COVIDcampus

zoe , March 16th, 2020


By Page West and Zoë Wool During the past few months colleges and universities all over the world have shifted our teaching online because of the COVID 19…


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Check Your Syllabus 101: Disability Access Statements

zoe , August 14th, 2018


The start of the semester is just about upon us, which probably means you are rapidly ditching your best laid plans to lovingly craft your syllabus into a…


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What I Wish I Knew about Anthropology and Disability: Notes toward a more enabling anthropology

zoe , January 11th, 2018


This post was written by Michele Friedner, with Devva Kasnitz, and Zoë Wool. This year, In the wake of yet another remarkably inaccessible and access-ignorant AAA meeting–and as…


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Teach America Great Again

zoe , February 20th, 2017


This entry is part 3 of 3 in the #teachingthedisaster series. By Rucha Ambikar The day after Trump won the election, I went into my class as usual….


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Teaching the Anthropology of Elections in times of Trump

zoe , December 8th, 2016


This entry is part 2 of 2 in the #teachingthedisaster series. This is post in the #teachingthedisaster series comes to us from Maria L. Vidart-Delgado. Maria lectures in…


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#teachingthedisaster

zoe , November 11th, 2016


On Wednesday morning, amid the turbulent mix of feelings that washed across the country and beyond its borders, an anxious existential question took hold of many of us:…


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The Erasures of “Thank you for your service”

zoe , November 12th, 2015


Here in the US, it’s Veteran’s Day (in Canada it’s Remembrance Day, in England it’s Armistice Day, and it’s worth thinking about what those differences mean). The utteran…


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