About

Nilofar Ansher is a writer, editor and researcher from India. Her areas of interest include disability rights, museum studies, ancient civilization, and urban life. She has a master’s degree in Ancient Indian Civilization. Previously, she was the Community Manager for the ‘Digital Natives with a Cause?‘ project, a research initiative of the Centre for Internet & Society, and a columnist for PC Tech Magazine Africa. Nilofar is still trying to figure out the most basic questions of life: what motivates people to get out of bed each day, how do we change the world, where do we go from here, and how does inter-stellar travel work in Isaac Asimov’s universe? Check out her blogs on digital culture, another on accessibility in Indian museums, and longformwriter that features personal reflections, poetry and short fiction. Nilofar’s writings have appeared in Mid Day Metro, The Good Men Project, Quiet Mountain Essays, Careers360Express Tribune, PC Tech Magazine, Bangalore Mirror, DNA India, The Feminist Wire, The State, and UltraViolet. View her profile on About.Me.

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  1. Hello,
    I saw your post on the Incluseum blog about accesibility and what kinds of information you’d like to see in their blog. I am finishing my Master’s degree in Museum Studies, and my focus is accessibility, specifically for the Deaf and blind. I have many resources and links to information to share, if you would like to discuss issues with me.

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