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Mapping Disability Inclusion is a Knowledge Community that aims to document, connect, and publicize the networks of scholars, practitioners, and advocates working on disability inclusion at the University of Michigan. This Knowledge Community aims to highlight and grow the communities of practice committed to ensuring disabled people's access to physical, digital, and social spaces, and to increasing collective responsibility for eradicating anti-disability bias.This Mapping Disability Inclusion Knowledge Community emerges from a complex moment in which U-M is an established leader in accessibility and disability studies, and also has further work to do in improving campus climate for individuals with disabilities. The project builds on existing institutional strengths and responds to research on disability and higher education.
Ashley Wiseman, Global Scholars Program
Stephanie Rosen, Library
Oluwaferanmi Okanlami, Michigan Medicine
Megan Marshall, Services for Students with Disabilities
Christina Kline, Office of Institutional Equity
Justin Joque, Library
Jeff Edelstein, School of Education
Jane Berliss-Vincent, Information and Technology Services
Ethriam Brammer, Rackham Graduate School
Robert Adams, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
For more information, please contact co-chairs Stephanie Rosen, associate librarian and accessibility specialist at the U-M Library; and Ashley Wiseman, associate director of the Global Scholars Program and diversity and inclusion advocate in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA).
Learn more about the issues being addressed by the Mapping Disability Inclusion Knowledge Community:
Recent national studies on current topics related to college students with disabilities, summarizing key issues and making recommendations.
National organization for and by college students with disabilities, creating an online virtual disability cultural center for students who want to connect with other students.
Selection of recent academic monographs, articles, and edited collections on disability in/and higher ed.
Academic Ableism (Dolmage 2017)
Disability identity development: A systematic review of the literature (Forber-Pratt 2017)
Negotiating Disability: Disclosure and Higher Education (Kerschbaum et al. 2018)
- Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life (Price 2013)