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Jan Wilson: Reimagining disability and inclusive education

Wellspring Associate Professor of History Jan Wilson‘s second book, The Zoey Prism:  A Disability View of the World, has been accepted for publication by Lexington Books|Rowman & Littlefield Press.

woman with long hair and a dark blazerHer key argument is that analyzing the world through the powerful prism of disability creates a revolutionary and irreversibly transformative understanding of the human experience, one that magnifies our appreciation for human differences, deepens our commitment to social justice and leads us to embrace our need for one another.

Wilson’s article Reimagining Disability and Inclusive Education Through Universal Design for Learning,” originally published in Disability Studies Quarterly 37.2 (2017), is going to be reprinted in The Disability Studies Reader, 6th Edition, ed. by Lennard J. Davis and Rebecca Sanchez (Routledge). This collection is slated for release in March 2021.

Wilson also recently contributed to a timely article on the impact of COVID-19 on higher education.

Reimagining Disability & Inclusive Education | Jan Wilson | TEDxUniversityofTulsa