In this week's episode, I speak with Dr. Chelsea Jones about the massive shift to online teaching in higher education since the start of the pandemic. Chelsea discusses the implications of this shift on the sector, instructors, and students, and describes what it really means to make online teaching accessible. We also discuss her life outside of academia and she answers the question, how can disability save the world...
In today's episode, I speak with Andrew Gurza - Disability Awareness Consultant and fellow podcaster of the hit show, Disability After Dark. We discuss his activism through the pod, his focus on sexuality and disability, and his life outside of podcasting. He also answers the question: how can disability save the world?
Andrew Gurza - http://www.andrewgurza.com/
Andrew’s Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/disabilityafterdark/id1151890990
- Emily Ladau - https://wordsiwheelby.com/
- Caron Tueller - https://www.carsontueller.com/
Podcast Recommendation - Wine and Crime Podcast - https://wineandcrimepodcast.com/
Audio Book Recommendation - The Chronicles of Naria by C.S. Lewis
In today's show, I speak with Dr. Jenna Reid about her research involving textiles, her joy for everything earl grey tea and punk rock, and how she thinks - maybe - disability can save the world...
Academic Crush - None. Get your act together academia.
Book Recommendation - Lilith's Brood by Octavia Butler
In today's episode, I speak with Dr. Sona Kazemi about her forthcoming book, her new model of disability, and everything to do with resistance against the current Iranian state. I speak with her about her love of poetry and art, and of course, ask her how disability can save the world...
Dr. Sona Kazemi - https://sonakazemi.wordpress.com/
Academic Crush - Dr. Shokoufeh Sakahi - https://yorku.academia.edu/ShokoufehSakhi
Book Recommendation -
Torture in the Name of Allah: Ghezelhesar Prison by Iraj Mesdaghi (Author), Sepehr Manochehri (Editor, Translator)
Ghosts of Revolution: Rekindled Memories of Imprisonment in Iran by Shahla Talebi
Call for Papers - Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal https://rdsjournal.org/index.php/journal/article/view/963
In today's show, I speak with Dr. Tobin LeBlanc Haley about her work at the intersections of homelessness, urban/rural fringe, disability and race. We discuss her life outside of work - her love of running and 80s music - and she tells us how disability can save the world...
Shout out to Re*Vision Centre for Arts and Social Justice at the University of Guelph for their support of Dr. Haley's work.
Dr. Tobin LeBlanc Haley - tlhaley.com
Academic Crushes - Dr. Sami Schalk - @DrSamiSchalk/ Simone Schmidt - https://www.fiverfiverfiver.com/.
Book Recommendations - The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline/ A Boy Called Bat by Elana K. Arnold
In today's episode, I speak with Danielle Landry, Ph.D. Candidate about her research on consumer-run businesses (run by people with mental health and addictions histories), her love of running, and how she thinks disability can save the world...
Academic Crush - Nirmala Erevelles - https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9780230100183b
Book Recommendation - Ravi Malhotra - https://www.routledge.com/Disability-Politics-in-a-Global-Economy-Essays-in-Honour-of-Marta-Russell/Malhotra/p/book/9781138887589
In today's episode, I speak with Ph.D. Candidate Anna Chowaniec on her research with individuals with rare disorders. We discuss her passion for 1930s Polish ethnography, her ties to Polish celebrities and of course, I'll ask her, how she thinks disability can save the world...
Academic Crush - 1930s Polish Ethnographies
Book Recommendation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Witcher
In today's first episode, I speak with Dr. Mary Jean Hande about her research and life outside of academia. She discusses care, interdependence, and how we can learn from the work of disabled and marginalized people in this unprecedented time.
Dr. Mary Jean Hande - https://maryjeanhande.ca/
Academic Crush - https://sonakazemi.wordpress.com/
Book Recommendation - https://www.akpress.org/how-we-get-free.html