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Price, Working in Intolerable (Space)Times PDF File

Price, Working in Intolerable (Space)Times DOC File

Price and Kerschbaum’s article on a qualitative interview study with disabled faculty.

Price, Salzer, O’Shea, and Kerschbaum’s article on disclosure of mental disability by faculty.

Blanchett, Moving Beyond the Gesture of Inclusion PPT File

Blanchett, article on “Disproportionate Representation of African-American Students in Special Education.”

Blanchett, article on “Special Education as a Privileged Category for the White Middle Class.”

Kerschbaum, Stories of Academic Ableism: Teaching While Disabled PDF File

Kerschbaum, Stories of Academic Ableism: Teaching While Disabled DOC File

Kerschbaum, Stories of Academic Ableism PPT File

Dolmage, Apologies for Academic Ableism PDF File

Dolmage, Apologies for Academic Ableism DOC File

A wiki that lists hundreds of Universally Designed teaching ideas to bring into your classroom.

Margaret Price’s “It Shouldn’t Be So Hard” on the hiring process for faculty with disabilities.

Stephanie L. Kerschbaum et al., “Faculty Members, Accommodation, and Access in Higher Education.”

Temple Collaborative on Community Inclusion: Supportive Academic Environments for Community Inclusion.

Sera Davidow’s critique of the “First Aid for Mental Health” approach that has become popular on campuses.

Carl Straumsheim’s article on guidelines for publishing accessible books.

Toolkit for describing visual resources within academic work.

Wanted: Disabled Faculty Members,” an article on ableism in the hiring process.

Tara Wood and Shannon Madden’s, “Suggested Practices for Syllabus Accessibility Statements.”

Accessible Syllabus Project.

The Composing Access project, offering resources to make conferences and presentations more accessible.