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Just how accessible is the archaeology profession?
Are there a number of disabled archaeologists with a platform?
How many of us are currently working in the profession, and hold a permanent employment position?
Do we have accessibility in this profession?
(List does not include historical records, yet, and are of those with social media platforms)
LIST OF DISABLED ARCHAEOLOGISTS TO KNOW AND FOLLOW:
All names derived from social media and/or other online sources.
DEAF, DEAFBLIND, HARD OF HEARING (DDBHH)
Naomi Moralez-Glenn: @downanddirtywithnaomi (Instagram and Facebook)
Dr. Ellen Adams: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/people/ellen-adams
Dr. Rebecca Gibson: @RGibsongirl (Twitter) @TheCorsetedSkeleton (Facebook)
Dr. Elisa Perego: @elisaperego78 (Twitter)
D L Rivera @dangergrrlie (Twitter)
NEURODIVERGENT / INVISIBLE DISABILITY
Danielle Gembala: @daniellegembala (Twitter)
TYPE 1 DIABETIC
Dr. Sophia Adams: @TactileArchaeol (Twitter)
David M: https://thesebonesofmine.com/about/
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