Appendix A: Experiences of Disabled Professors and TAs

A Reading List

  • Anderson, R. J., Keller, C. E., & Karp, J. M. (Eds.). (1998). Enhancing diversity: Educators with disabilities. Gallaudet University Press.
  • Ben-Moshe, L., & Colligan, S. (2010). Regimes of normalcy in the academy: The experiences of disabled faculty. In A. Nocella, S. Best, & P. McLaren (Eds.), Academic repression: Reflections from the academic industrial complex (374-387). Edinburgh: AK Press.
  • Damiani, M. L., & Harbour, W. S. (2015). Being the wizard behind the curtain: Teaching Experiences of graduate teaching assistants with disabilities at US universities. Innovative Higher Education40(5), 399-413.
  • Ferri, B. A., Connor, D. J., Solis, S., Valle, J., & Volpitta, D. (2005). Teachers with LD: Ongoing negotiations with discourses of disability. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 38(1), 62-78.
  • Horton, J., & Tucker, F. (2014). Disabilities in academic workplaces: Experiences of human and physical geographers. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers39(1), 76-89.
  • Lewiecki-Wilson, C., Brueggemann, B. J., with Dolmage, J. (Eds.). (2007). Disability and the teaching of writing: A critical sourcebook. (Chapters 6-10) Boston: Bedford / St. Martin’s.
  • Reaume, G. (2006). Mad people’s history. Radical History Review, 94, 170-182.
  • Vance, M.L. (Ed.) (2007). Disabled faculty and staff in a disabling society: Multiple identities in higher education. North Carolina: Association on Higher Education and Disability.
  • Vogel, G., & Sharoni, V. (2011). ‘My success as a teacher amazes me each and every day’–perspectives of teachers with learning disabilities. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 15(5), 479-495.

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