Tag: Inclusion

Inclusion and Opportunities for Equal Participation for Autistic University Students in France

Cara Ryan , June 7th, 2022

This browser does not support HTML5 audio Listen to an audio recording of this piece read by Cara Ryan Image by Jon Tyson, Unsplash Like the term “equal…


Julia Ticona on her book, Left to Our Own Devices

| , January 19th, 2022

https://global.oup.com/academic/product/left-to-our-own-devices-9780190691288 Ilana Gershon: If you found yourself talking to a voice actor in a coffee shop about your book, how would you expl…

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La asimilación cultural disfrazada de inclusión

anthropologies , March 11th, 2021

¿Es el hecho de llevar hiyab o burka en público un atentado contra los Derechos Universales? Así parece afirmarlo un manual de ética contemporánea que he tenido hace…


Elements of disability inclusion in Soviet disability pedagogy

Svetlana Borodina , October 27th, 2020

For someone interested in the genealogy of disability inclusion in Russia, Soviet disability pedagogy, known at the time under the name of defektologia, may seem to be a…


Diversity and Inclusion: A Conversation with John Nieto-Phillips

Sarah Soliz , August 5th, 2020

In August of 2019, Professor John Nieto-Phillips joined SAR’s board of directors. He has brought to SAR a dedication to opening academic in…

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Christina Dunbar-Hester on her book, Hacking Diversity

| , May 4th, 2020

Interview by Héctor Beltrán https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691182070/hacking-diversity Héctor Beltrán: In your ethnographic work with voluntaristic open technology communities across…

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Teaching Intersectionality intersectionally: two different cups of tea?

standplaatswereld , January 9th, 2020

BY KAY MARS Intersectionality has become somewhat of a buzzword in contemporary social sciences. It provided a short-hand term for a more complex and comprehensive understanding on identity,…

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Providing Accessibility as a Meeting Attendee

Chelsea Horton , November 5th, 2019

You’re getting ready for the Annual Meeting! Great! Do you ever wonder about who goes and who doesn’t go? And why? As anthropologists, we are trained to analyze…

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Representing Diverse Bodies in Medical Illustration

Drew Danielle Belsky , October 23rd, 2019

In 2016, just before I began my dissertation fieldwork, a trio of young medical illustrators presented a panel on “Normativity and Diversity in Healthcare Imagery” at the annual…


Refraction of participation by Jeannette Pols

Jeannette Pols , October 1st, 2018

Refraction of participation What does it mean to participate? What does participation do?[1] The etymology of ‘participation’ traces from the Latin word participationem, which translates as ‘sharing, …


Brave Community: Teaching Race in the American Classroom w/ Janine de Novais – This Anthro Life

Gamwell , February 14th, 2018

Welcome listeners to the second installment of our Diversity and Inclusion crossover series, bringing together This Anthro Life with Brandeis University. For those of you who are new…

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