Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is Being Property Once Myself: Blackness and the End of Man by Joshua Bennett. Dr. Bennett's book is published by The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press (2020).
Jesse Rice-EvansPronouns: email@example.com Download PDF version For all the discourse around Open (Digital) Pedagogy, the conversation still remains relatively straightforward: open materials and teaching are invariably a utilitarian good for students, instructors, librarians, curriculum committees, developers. It’s important to complicate this narrative: openness is in many forms doing important work to center teaching and learning … Continue reading Open Access Pedagogy: A Manifesto
Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "Teaching Online: Issues of Equity and Access in Writing-centric Formats" by Jaime Madden. This essay is published in the 46:2 issue of Feminist Studies (2020). From the essay: "In our response to the pandemic, we need to be keenly focused on questions of access as understood by disability studies and disability … Continue reading 11/13/2020: “Teaching Online: Issues of Equity and Access in Writing-centric Formats” by Jaime Madden
Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "On Plantations, Prisons, and a Black Sense of Place" by Katherine McKittrick. The essay is published in Social & Cultural Geography's 12:8 issue (2011). On Plantations, Prisons, and a Black Sense of PlaceDownload