Tag Archives: Invisible Disability

  1. Patronizing “advice”

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    October 16, 2012 by badacademic2

    This┬árecent article in the Chronicle of Higher Ed left me feeling icky. It was just so patronizing. It was filled …
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  2. Access in the Academy

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    October 7, 2012 by badacademic2

    The notion makes me laugh, because I have rarely encountered it. Well, I did as an undergrad. That’s what gave …
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  3. Invisible Disabilities

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    September 21, 2012 by badacademic2

    Here’s a great first-person article about invisible disabilities, which shows the dominance of particular images of the disabled body in …
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