9/20/2019: Anti-Ableist Writing Program Administration

Today’s feature in #AntiAbleistComposition is a set of work dedicated to disability and/in Writing Program Administration.

First: Melanie Yergeau’s “Saturday Plenary Address: Creating a Culture of Access in Writing Program Administration.”

Second: Sushil K. Oswal and Lisa Melancon’s “Saying No to the Checklist: Shifting from an Ideology of Normalcy to an Ideology of Inclusion in Online Writing Instruction.”

Third: Melissa Nicolas’s “Ma(r)king a Difference: Challenging Ableist Assumptions in Writing Program Administration.”

Fourth: Amy Vidali’s “Disabling Writing Program Administration.”

Citations

Nicolas, Melissa. (2017). “Ma(r)king a Difference: Challenging Ableist Assumptions in Writing Program Administration.” Writing Program Administration, 40(3), 10-22.

Oswal, Sushil K. and Lisa Melancon. (2017). “Saying No to the Checklist: Shifting from an Ideology of Normalcy to an Ideology of Inclusion in Online Writing Instruction.” Writing Program Administration, 40(3), 61-77.

Vidali, Amy. (2015). “Disabling Writing Program Administration.” Writing Program Administration, 38(2), 32-55.

Yergeau, Melanie. (2016). “Saturday Plenary Address: Creating a Culture of Access in Writing Program Administration.” Writing Program Administration, 40(1), 155-165.

Featured image description: Dark blue gradient background with two sets of text. First, in sans serif all-caps white font reads “Anti-Ableist Composition.” Second, in serif sentence-caps yellow font reads “Anti-Ableist Writing Program Administration.”

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