Categories Uncategorized Collection of Twitter Threads Related to #AntiAbleistComposition Post author By Cody Jackson Post date November 23, 2019 No Comments on Collection of Twitter Threads Related to #AntiAbleistComposition One of the 1st cinematic portrayals of disability, the 1898 silent film 'The Fake Beggar' prod. by Thomas Edison drew on extant notions that disabled people faked their impairments to elicit charity, but also used disability as a comedic device.https://t.co/vqzJ6C0Dnc.#DisHist pic.twitter.com/K7COfVVvIp— DisabilityHistory (@DisabilityHistr) November 16, 2019 Swearing, and autistic people in crisis.A thread.Many autistic people are very polite indeed.Some use shocking words.Why?Some possible reasons…/— Ann Memmott PGC (@AnnMemmott) November 23, 2019 Whoever made these time cards—well done. #UCEA19 pic.twitter.com/TemnJIUqMb— Kayla Johnson, PhD (@DrKaylaHIED) November 22, 2019 "Fund black, indigenous, femme, disabled, undocumented, TRANS people when they are ALIVE" not just on trans remembrance day which is tomorrow. 🙌🏽 – Kay Ulanday Barrett @brownroundboi #unitysummit2019 @CHANGEPhil #unite4equity pic.twitter.com/WYVKg3l5Jh— Margie (@AdopteeMovement) November 19, 2019 A tricky thing about working while chronically ill (and poor) is that when something goes wrong that fucks with my ability to get your work done, it's often not a single, simple, discrete thing.— Alex Haagaard (they/them) (@alexhaagaard) November 18, 2019 .@CFSHRC past president says that conference costs go up because ASL interpreters are expensive. Access is expensive but embedded in the org’s values. I have feelings about this. #FemRhet2019— Ruth O (@rorhetorician) November 15, 2019 I’m really tired of the imposter syndrome discourse tbh. The whole “you’re so valid! You belong here!” thing obscures the fact that many of us do not, in fact “belong here.” It’s by design that we don’t belong here. It’s not just a lack of self-confidence that makes us feel this.— Samantha (@SamanthaStrudel) October 11, 2019 On the environmental health effects of machine noise, e.g., from data centers: "In addition to causing shivering, sweating, difficulty breathing, + blurry vision as a result of vibrating eyeballs, low-frequency sounds can also, apparently, produce ghosts" https://t.co/gj7np6w22j— Shannon Mattern (@shannonmattern) October 11, 2019 Nothing about Us without Us: @AcademicAlexis and I introduce our composition pedagogy course to @codyjacksonAR’s #AntiAbleistComposition to talk about accessibility in composition studies. The perspectives of disabled students and scholars -must- be part of this conversation.— Dylan Lewis (@IAmDylanLewis) October 10, 2019 Today I had a student fall asleep in class. And you know what happened??? I LET THE STUDENT SLEEP.And you know what happened next? Nothing. The world kept spinning and everything was fine. #RealCollege— Melissa Ashman (@appliedcomms) October 4, 2019 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related By Cody Jackson Cody Jackson is a PhD student in rhetoric and composition at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. View Archive → ← 11/17/2019: Authoring Autism by Melanie Yergeau → 11/26/2019: “The Structural Vulnerability of Doctoral Students” by Kristina Gupta Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.