12/19: College English (82:2)

I thought I was finished featuring pieces related to or on #AntiAbleistComposition, but with the recently released 82nd volume and 2nd issue of College English, I have two additions to make.

The first is a review essay by Patricia Dunn titled, “Disability in Higher Education: How Ableism Affects Disclosure, Accommodation, and Inclusion.” The review essay focuses on three (relatively) recent books:

  1. Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education (2017) by Jay T. Dolmage
  2. Authoring Autism: On Rhetoric and Neurological Queerness (2018) by Melanie Yergeau
  3. Negotiating Disability: Disclosure and Higher Education (2017) edited by Stephanie L. Kerschbaum, Laura T. Eisenman, and James M. Jones.

The second is an article by Lauren E. Obermark titled “Making Space for the Misfit: Disability and Access in Graduate Education in English.”

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Rhetoric, Composition, and Communication Journals and Their Organizational Affiliation

12/17/2019: “Biographic Mediations of Neurodivergence in Academic Accommodations”

The last feature in #AntiAbleistComposition for 2019 is Aimée Morrison’s recently published “(Un)Reasonable, (Un)Necessary, and (In)Appropriate: Biographic Mediations of Neurodivergence in Academic Accommodations” in Biography (42:3).

Follow Aimée Morrison on Twitter at @digiwonk

To-Read in the New Year