The first piece of scholarship I’d like to curate is Anne-Marie Womack’s 2017 article in College Composition and Communication titled “Teaching is Accommodation: Universally Designing Composition Classrooms and Syllabi.”
From Womack’s professional webpage via Tulane University:
Anne-Marie Womack is Professor of Practice and Director of Writing at Tulane University. She completed her Ph.D. at Texas A&M University (2011), where she served as assistant in the Writing Programs Office and Coordinator of Instructional Technology. Her research focuses on disability studies, writing pedagogy, and evidence practices. Her work has appeared in CCC, Composition Forum, Pedagogy, and The Chronicle of Higher Education, and she recently coauthored the forthcoming edition of Reading and Writing for Civic Literacy: The Critical Citizen’s Guide to Argumentative Rhetoric with Donald Lazere. She has won several teaching awards at Tulane and Texas A&M University and is the creator of AccessibleSyllabus.com, a universal design guide for educators.
You can find the piece by clicking here or by using the citation information below.
Womack, Anne-Marie. (2017). “Teaching is Accommodation: Universally Designing Composition Classrooms and Syllabi.” College Composition and Communication, 68(3), 494-525.