I am a PhD student of sociology at the University of Washington in Seattle. I research genders & sexualities, critical disability studies, and organizational cultures. On this site, you can find up-to-date information about my community driven research projects, teaching, and general resources related to my work!
Hybrid learning: The class will meet one day per week synchronously on Zoom, and one day per week synchronously in the classroom. The class is discussion driven; together we will critically engage with examples from film and TV, social media, fashion, sports, and art both by and about disabled peoples. By examining popular culture through a Disability Studies (DS) lens, the course will aid you in your journey to understand and consider the ways disability representations in the media reify, problematize, and/or challenge the marginalization of disabled persons.