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Ableism in academia : theorising experiences of disabilities and chronic illnesses in higher education / edited by Nicole Brown and Jennifer Leigh

Contributor(s): Brown, Nicole [editor] | Leigh, Jennifer [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : UCL Press, 2020Description: 1 online resource (245 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781787354975.Subject(s): Universities and colleges -- Employees -- Legal status, laws, etc | Discrimination against people with disabilities | College students with disabilities -- Legal status, laws, etcGenre/Form: Electronic BooksOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction : theorising ableism in academia
The significance of crashing past gatekeepers of knowledge : towards full participation of disabled scholars in ableist academic structures
I am not disabled : difference, ethics, critique and refusal of neoliberal academic selves
Disclosure in academia : a sensitive issue
Fibromyalgia and me
A practical response to ableism in leadership in UK higher education
Autoimmune actions in the ableist academy
‘But you don’t look disabled’ : non-visible disabilities, disclosure and being an ‘insider’ in disability research and ‘other’ in the disability movement and academia
Invisible disability, unacknowledged diversity
Imposter
Internalised ableism : of the political and the personal
From the personal to the political : ableism, activism and academia
The violence of technicism : ableism as humiliation and degrading treatment
A little bit extra
Concluding thoughts : moving forward
Note(s):
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : theorising ableism in academia

The significance of crashing past gatekeepers of knowledge : towards full participation of disabled scholars in ableist academic structures

I am not disabled : difference, ethics, critique and refusal of neoliberal academic selves

Disclosure in academia : a sensitive issue

Fibromyalgia and me

A practical response to ableism in leadership in UK higher education

Autoimmune actions in the ableist academy

‘But you don’t look disabled’ : non-visible disabilities, disclosure and being an ‘insider’ in disability research and ‘other’ in the disability movement and academia

Invisible disability, unacknowledged diversity

Imposter

Internalised ableism : of the political and the personal

From the personal to the political : ableism, activism and academia

The violence of technicism : ableism as humiliation and degrading treatment

A little bit extra

Concluding thoughts : moving forward

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