Here is a list of my essays, conference posters, and research papers. The list is in reverse chronological order following conventions in academia. Most publications discuss museum practices or were written for specific museum exhibits. Other papers discuss topics in archaeology. A few publications cover both museums and archaeology.
Race, Lauren, Charlotte Martin, Xinwen Xu, Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, and Amy Hurst. 2021. Bring Your Own (Accessible) Device: A Mobile Guide Solution for Promoting Accessibility, Social Distancing, and Autonomy in Museums. The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum 15 (2):1-23.
Buck-Coleman, Audra, Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, and Robin Marquis.
2021, “Strategies for incorporating anti-ableism into design curriculum” Communication + Place, PP. 130-141.
Archaeologists with Disabilities Describe Their Experiences. Poster
presented at the American Anthropological Association Conference,
November 17-21, 2021. Online and in person, Baltimore Maryland, USA.
Fogle-Hatch, Cheryl. and Don Winiecki.
2021, In Their Own Words: Adults Who Are Blind Describe Museums. Poster presented at the American Alliance of Museums online conference, May 24, and June 7-9 2021.
Buck-Coleman, Audra. Naliyah Kaya, and Cheryl Fogle-Hatch
2021 (Apr 4) 5 Accessibility And Inclusion Insights From Producing An Exhibition During COVID. ExhibiTricks: A Museum/Exhibit/Design Blog.
2020 (Aug 17) Please Do Touch The Art. Essay contributed to the online exhibit Redefine/ABLE: Challenging Inaccessibility.
Buck-Coleman, Audra, and Cheryl Fogle-Hatch
2020 (July 22) The Interconnectedness of Covid-19 to Discrimination Against The Disabled. Essay contributed to the online exhibit Redefine/ABLE: Challenging Inaccessibility.
Fogle-Hatch, Cheryl, Ann Cunningham, and Matt Gesualdi
2020 (July 1) Staying in Touch: Addressing Concerns to Allow Tactile Exploration at Museums. The American Alliance of Museums
Fogle-Hatch, Cheryl, and Don Winiecki
2020 (Feb 15) Assessing attitudes of blind adults about museums. MW20: MW 2020.
2020 (Jan 15) Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) programming facilitates accessibility for people who are blind or have low vision. MW20: MW 2020.
Fogle-Hatch, Cheryl K., Joe Nicoli, and Donald Winiecki
2020 Designing a portable museum display of Native American stone projectile points (arrowheads) to ensure accessibility and tactile quality. Journal of Blindness Innovation & Research 10(2).
Fogle-Hatch, Cheryl K.
2015 Explanations for Morphological Variability in Projectile Points: A Case Study from The Late Paleoindian Cody Complex. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Mexico.
Note that papers and reports published before 2015 are not listed here. However, more information about them can be found on my LinkedIn and Academia profiles.