Tell me a little about yourself! Bess Williamson: I am a professor of design history, meaning I study architecture, products, and other stuff in modern society. I work at the … Continue Reading Interview with Bess Williamson: Accessible America
https://media.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/p/content.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/53_Ep_53_FINAL.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSSToday’s episode is features a conversation with two disabled … Continue Reading Ep 53: Disabled Editors
Cripping Emotional Labor: A Field Guide Amy Gaeta During my first of graduate school, without ever applying or asking, I was given an unpaid job: campus disability consultant … Continue Reading Cripping Emotional Labor: A Field Guide
Hey friends! These last few months have been BUSY. I’m delighted to announce that I got a book deal! I am the editor Disability Visibility, an anthology of first-person essays … Continue Reading Disability Visibility: New anthology coming summer 2020
I Have Food Allergies and Anorexia. Balancing Them Is A Lethal Challenge. Azza Altiraifi Content notes: discussion of food/allergies, eating disorders, and restrictions, anorexia, trauma, mental health, recovery, anxiety, … Continue Reading I Have Food Allergies and Anorexia. Balancing Them Is A Lethal Challenge.
On the Ancestral Plane: Crip Hand Me Downs and the Legacy of Our Movements Stacey Milbern My favorite boots are socks. Crip socks. Made out of brown leather to … Continue Reading On the Ancestral Plane: Crip Hand Me Downs and the Legacy of Our Movements
I’m excited to announce the launch of a new project in collaboration with Mia Mingus and Sandy Ho: Access Is Love. Access Is Love aims to help build a world … Continue Reading Access Is Love