This easy-to-read booklet, published by the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center, is designed for people with intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, or anyone else who would like a short, simple overview of the ADA. You can download the PDF here: https://www.adainfo.org/sites/default/files/ADA-Overview-Easy-Read.pdf. I wrote this resource while working as an intern with TransCen, Inc in 2015-2016.
African Studies Association Annual Meeting 2019 Presentation Slides Presentation Text November 21-23, 2019, Boston, MA, USA. Panel: Disability Rights in Kenya: Activism and Engagement with Communities Date: November 22, 8:30 Presentation Title: Prenatal Genetic Testing and Congenital Disability: A Call for East African Perspectives Abstract: While there is a proliferation of interdisciplinary scholarship on Western… Continue reading African Studies Association Annual Meeting 2019 Presentation
Click here to download presentation text (DocX) Click here to download presentation slides (PPT) November 14-17, San Fransisco, CA, USA. Panel: Toward a New Body Politic: Alternative Onto-Epistemologies in Birth, Dis/Ability, and Death Date: Thursday, November 14, 4:10-5:25, Hilton Union Square, Nob Hill 08 Presentation Title: The Obligations of Agency: Biomedical Technologies and Dis/Ability Abstract:… Continue reading National Women’s Studies Association 2019 Presentation
Click here to download presentation notes (DocX) Click here to download PowerPoint slides (PDF) Society for the Social Studies of Science 2019 Annual Meeting September 4-7, 2019, New Orleans, USA. Panel: Creative Misfits II - Creating Categories: Disability, Agency, and Identity Date: Thursday, September 5, 9:45-11:15, Sheraton New Orleans Hotel Presentation Title: Account/Ability: Disability and… Continue reading 4S 2019 Presentation Notes and Slides
Recently, I had the privilege of co-authoring an academic article with a colleague of mine. Find the abstract and link to the open access article in the International Journal of Economic Development below: Abstract When identifying and addressing the causes and consequences of ableism, it is necessary to consider capitalistic influences. When considering the inequalities… Continue reading New Article Available Now! “A Privileged Bodymind: The Entanglement of Ableism and Capitalism”
I was recently given the opportunity to write a narrative essay for Eugenic Rubicon, an online interactive resource about eugenic sterilization practices in the United States. My contribution discusses the legacy of eugenic sterilization and the ways in which eugenic practices still impact people with disabilities. Read more here: Have We Crossed the Rubicon? Disability and Contemporary Eugenics … Continue reading Have We Crossed the Rubicon? Disability and Contemporary Eugenics