Aimi Hamraie is a critical maker, feminist scholar, design historian and ethnographer, permaculture designer, and professor based in Nashville, Tennessee. Appointed as assistant professor of Medicine, Health, & Society and American Studies at Vanderbilt University, Hamraie’s interdisciplinary research interests span the environmental humanities; critical disability studies; philosophies of science, architecture, the city, and nature-culture; feminism, technoscience and health; critical race studies; and social movements.

Cover of Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability by Aimi Hamraie. White text on blue ink against a backdrop of diagrammatic images. The images are black and white line drawings showing wheelchair users extending their arms into space. The bodies appear masculine and white. Alongside the bodies are notations of length, width, height, etc.

Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017)

 

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