Stories from the Field
Edited By David J. Connor and Beth A. Ferri
List of Contributors
Dr. Christine Ashby is Associate Professor of Inclusive Education and Disability Studies at Syracuse University, where she coordinates the undergraduate Inclusive Elementary and Special Education program and graduate programs in Inclusive Special Education. Ashby also directs the Center on Disability and Inclusion. Her scholarship addresses inclusive education, emphasizing supports for students with labels of autism and developmental disabilities, disability studies, and inclusive teacher preparation and has been published in outlets including Equity and Excellence in Education, International Journal of Inclusive Education, Teacher Education and Special Education, and Educational Studies. Her book, Enacting Change from Within: Disability Studies Meets Teaching and Teacher Education (Peter Lang, with Cosier), explores how disability studies can inform the practical work of teachers.
Dr. Susan Baglieri began her career as a high school special education teacher in New Jersey in 1999 is now a Professor of Special Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Montclair State University. She co-coordinates the Increasing Access to College project, which focuses on inclusive postsecondary education. She is co-author of the 2017 book, Disability Studies and the Inclusive Classroom (Routledge), and co-author of the 2019 book, Undoing Ableism: Teaching About Disability in K-12 Classrooms (Routledge). Current research projects focus on universally designed pedagogy and disability studies curriculum.
Dr. Mildred Boveda is an Assistant Professor of Special Education and Cultural and Linguistic Diversity at Arizona State University. Drawing from ←319 | 320→intersectionality as conceptualized by Black feminist theorists, she interrogates how differences are framed across equity-based...
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