Category Archives: Ableism

Contextual Engineering and the Politics of Project Design

How do you teach a group of college students to think outside their own experience when creating infrastructure designs for rural, alternatively developed societies? You take them to the community to live, work, eat, and learn from their clients. The … Continue reading

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The Able-ist Gaze: Imagining Malingering

Meadow Jones is an artist, activist and scholar. She is a doctoral student in Art Education at the University of Illinois. She works in the realm of aesthetic theory and practice, focusing specifically on embodiment, empathy, and disability. ¬†She is … Continue reading

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