I had three essays and seven blog posts this week, moderated a twitter chat, and went to a conference to give a talk and learn from my colleagues. Busy!
Here’s the piece you probably didn’t read:
My son is going to Zoo Camp. The Brookfield Zoo has a fantastic, fully inclusive, summer program which is based on the social model of disability. I also use the essay as a way to introduce social model/medical model of disability.
My other two essays:
- My first movie review: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Is the Feminist Action Flick You’ve Been Waiting For (Vice.com, 5/13/15)
- Annals of Public Engagement: A Medievalist on Savage Love (Chronicle of Higher Education, 5/12/15)
And my blog posts:
- From Tressie – What Institutions Owe Public Scholars
- A few more feminist notes and useful links: Mad Max Fury Road – We Are Not Things
- More on this to come! A User’s Guide to Live-Tweeting the International Medieval Congress.
- I watched and live-tweeted the first three movies of Mad Max –
- I hosted a twitter chat about Inspiration Porn. Alice Wong STORIFIED it. Here was the announcement: #WJCHAT – Disability and Journalism
- On Saida Gundy and Academic Freedom – #ISupportSaida – Here We Go Again
- I read a few months of higher-ed pieces at the New York Times. Here’s what I found – The New York Times Confirms Academic Stereotypes
Up next, a New York Times piece (in the parenting section) and a CNN piece on higher education reform.