Twitter | Search | |
Hilde Haualand
Languaging a lot. Social anthropologist, climate worried, proud deaf woman. Co-chairing the research group Interpreting, Language and Communication .
4,889
Tweets
677
Following
1,371
Followers
Tweets
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Johan Hjulstad 17h
Flott at Statped er så tydelig med tanke på samisk i opplæringen. Hva om dere var like tydelige mht norsk tegnspråk i opplæringen?
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Dr Dai O'Brien Oct 18
I have a new paper published in the Journal of Cultural Geography - 'Negotiating academic environments: using Lefebvre to conceptualise deaf spaces and disabling/enabling environments'. From a project funded by 1/4
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Nina Waaler Oct 18
Og viktig at vi er beviste over at særskilte behov ikke alltid er noe vi ser umiddelbart.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 18
Replying to @NinaWaaler
Behovene er ikke særskilte eller spesielle. Alle har behov for å få med seg forelesninger, lese pensum, være med på kollokviegrupper mv. Men så er det så mange hindringer nesten bare funksjonshemmede opplever. Og disse hindringene må være lærestedets ansvar å bygge ned.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 18
But it is still possible to be an ally by speaking up and getting involved in discussions on how to improve interpreting services. And take on as much responsibility as you can (i.e. information, practical accomodation etc) for the interpreted event.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 18
In some countries (i.e. Nordic) even difficult for hearing people to do the admin work, because the system often requires a deaf person to make a request and handle questions. So even when a hearing party WANTS to be an ally, the system puts the admin burden on deaf people.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 18
- En student med funksjonsnedsettelse som starter på høyere utdanning møter altså ambivalente portvakter som nærmest stikker hodet i sanden og håper de ikke møter en student med funksjonsnedsettelse som de må ta ansvar for, fordi det medfører ekstra arbeid
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Disability&Society 19 Feb 18
‘We are just ordinary people working hard to reach our goals!’ Disabled students’ participation in Norwegian higher education Eli Langørgen & Eva Magnus
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Handikapnytt Oct 18
Av 14 studenter med en funksjonsnedsettelse, hadde alle vurdert å slutte på profesjonsstudiet fordi det ble for tøft. Og minst to av dem gjorde det.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 17
Second that feeling. I am the only deaf Norwegian with a PhD, and also the only associate professor (no full deaf professors yet) here. It isn’t really fun to be a first, or an only. So much to explain, stares, expectations, devaluations & access/interpreting hurdles
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Invisible Academic Oct 17
Sometimes I spend more time on accommodations for something than on the thing itself. This is not only unpaid but also unrecognized labor.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Prof Anna-Lena Nilsson, PhD Oct 16
Postdoktor med inriktning mot interaktion i välfärdsstaten - Uppsala universitet
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Maartje De Meulder Oct 17
Maybe even more so for academics with disabilities. Just thinking about the writing I could have done this morning while arranging access to various meetings and conferences. And often that’s not just one email but a lengthy negotiation. In addition to the regular admin work! 🤯
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 15
Would love to read this piece. Is it available online?
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Jarl Wåge Oct 14
Verdt å lese. Gudbrandsdølen Dagningen - Klima, Greta, Donald, Donald og Erna  
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Acadeafic Oct 14
In this new post summarizes her book ‘Made to hear’ which examines hearing parents’ experiences with getting a CI for their child and institutional norms, discourses and practices of the CI clinic.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Eivind HM. Oct 14
Hei dere, har dere tenkt på hvor rart det er at staten skal ha dekket "kosmetisk tannregulering" frem til nå? Hint: Den har ikke helt det. Kanskje ble det bare praktisk å kalle det kosmetisk for å få mindre motstand når man ville fjerne støtten til det?
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand retweeted
Joseph Hill Oct 12
For a long time, my imposter syndrome held me back. At least I thought it was. I just submitted my tenure application so I know I have done a lot. After attending a conference, it's clear there's another thing going on: people don't know what to do with me as a deaf person.
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 12
Replying to @MarkkuJokinen
Hi to all from me! Still miss 14 years after I stopped as a secretary. Enjoy your discussions 👋🏼
Reply Retweet Like
Hilde Haualand Oct 12
❤️what a great group of deaf Nordic leaders ❤️ But I cannot but notice that there (again) is a male majority in
Reply Retweet Like