I am very pleased to announce that I will be a faculty fellow at the Curb Center for the Arts, Enterprise, and Public Policy this academic year. My project for the year will involve developing an intersectional accessibility map of the Vanderbilt campus, in anticipation of my next project on public health and urban design. This fellowship builds upon work that I completed last year as a faculty fellow at the Robert Penn Warren Center working on issues of public scholarship.
As I continue my work in the history and philosophy of science, and the new field of Crip Technoscience that I have been developing, I am excited to be speaking at the University of Toronto Technoscience Salon in May 2016 (and designing a Universal Design Technoparty!). Also this summer, my article, ““Historical Epistemology as Disability Studies Methodology: from the models framework to Foucault’s archaeology of cure” was published in Foucault Studies.