You might remember a meme that got passed around the internet last fall, showing pictures of utterly inaccessible ramps from around Russia. Russian accessibility activists like to call these the "galochki" or check-mark ramps: Is there a ramp? Yes! Does it work? Who cares?! It's there, put a check mark in the accessibility box! Last … Continue reading New posts up on “Kto Kuda Kak?” Accessibility Blog
"I think especially now that social science is becoming much more interested in communicating our research to public audiences, some of those methods are going to be much, much more effective than the kind of academic writing and report-type writing that has been the traditional method of communication. ... "I don't know if the researchers … Continue reading Sensory ethnography and Art-making
Having recently arrived in Petrozavodsk as part of my dissertation research, I was invited to tell students at the summer school session at the municipal center for children with disabilities about life in Chapel Hill North Carolina. My presentation made it on to the organization's website under the news category! Check it out here.