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Articles in Anthropology News

2020

July/August #AccessibleAnthro Article

Forthcoming

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May/June #AccessibleAnthro Article

Accessibility in the Switch to Online
Author: Nell Koneczny | PublishedJuly 7, 2020

This article reminds readers that virtual spaces are not inherently accessible and that the COVID world presents a unique opportunity to center the creation of accessible virtual spaces.

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Disabled Identified Scholar Experiences at the AAA Annual Meeting

Accessibility at the AAA Annual Meeting
Authors: Kevin Darcy and Brandon Hunter-Pazzara | Published: May 21, 2020

In this article, "Two anthropologists reflect on their experiences and ask what it will take to make our discipline and our Annual Meeting more accessible."

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March/April #AccessibleAnthro Article

Highlighting Accessibility Issues through #AccessibleAnthChat
Author: Nell Koneczny | PublishedJuly 7, 2020

This article highlights insights shared by anthropologists about fieldwork accessibility during the March #AccessibleAnthChat on Twitter.

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January/February #AccessibleAnthro Article

Celebrating 30 Years of the ADA
Author: Nell Koneczny | Published: July 7, 2020

This article begins 2020 with a brief celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and what AAA is doing to "dismantle the walls of exclusion that still exist in our discipline". 

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2019

November/December #AccessibleAnthro Article

Providing Accessibility as a Meeting Attendee
Author: Nell Koneczny | Published: November 5, 2019

This article is crucial for all 2019 AAA/CASCA attendees to review so they may support increased accessibility at the Annual Meeting. 

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Webinars and Videos

AAA Auditory Accessibility Message for Presenters

Presented by the AAA Meetings Team along with the Kyle Duarte Company

YouTube Video

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Accessibility at AAA Facebook Live Event

Hosted by the AAA Accessibility & Meetings Coordinator on Thursday, September 3, 2020, 1-1:30 pm ET

YouTube Video

Download the PDF Slides 

Download the PowerPoint Slides

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COVID-19: Responsive Teaching and Learning in Anthropology - A Two-Part Webinar Series 

This series developed in response to COVID-19. Both parts of the series incorporate information about accessibility in online teaching spaces during the COVID-19 phenomena, though please know the series does not exclusively focus on accessibility issues.

Presented by:

Video Recordings

More information on the webinars page.

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2019 AAA/CASCA Speaker-Ready & Accessible Presentations Webinar Resources

Hosted by the AAA Meetings Team on Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Please go to the Webinar Google Folder to access the following resources, available both in standard and large print versions: 

  1. the webinar slides
  2. the recording of the second half of the webinar
    • The internet disconnected the recording part-way through, and we are unfortunately unable to provide a recording of the entire webinar. We apologize for the inconvenience.
    • This recording includes ASL interpretation but does not have captions embedded into the video. However, a transcript of the spoken information is available in the Google Folder.
  3. a transcript of the entire webinar
  4. information about "lists of terminology"
  5. answers to chat questions.

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Other Resources

#AccessibleAnthro on Twitter

This hashtag highlights information about accessibility and is dedicated to making anthropology more accessible for everyone.

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#AccessibleAnthChat on Twitter

#AccessibleAnthChat happens once a month on Tuesdays and covers a variety of accessibility-related topics.

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Introducing AAA's New Accessibility & Meetings Coordinator

This AAA webpage news article briefly introduces AAA to the new Accessibility & Meetings Coordinator position and the person leading AAA accessibility initiatives.

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