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Table of Contents: Issue One

The Journal of Teaching Disability Studies
Fall 2019
September 16, 2019


By Mariette Bates, Ph.D., Editor

Distinguished Lecturer and Academic Director, Disability Studies Program, CUNY School of Professional Studies

Autobiographical Accounts from the Autism Spectrum

By Susan Longtin, Ph.D., CCC- SLP, TSHH

Associate Professor & Chair, Communication Arts, Sciences, and Disorders, CUNY, Brooklyn College

& Elyse Bell Opila, M.S.

CUNY, Brooklyn College

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Inclusive Teaching Strategies in a Large Enrollment Disability Studies Course

By Lieke van Heumen, Ph.D.

Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago

& Nell Koneczny, B.A.

University of Illinois at Chicago

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Integrating Disability Studies Pedagogy in Teacher Education

By Justin Freedman, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Rowan University

Amy Applebaum, M.A.,

Doctoral Student, Syracuse University

Casey Woodfield, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Rowan University

& Christine Ashby, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Syracuse University

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Just Like but Unlike: Sameness, Difference, and Disability in Children’s Storybooks

By Madeleine DeWelles

P.h.D. Student, University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

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“Look Down Your Shirt and Spell Attic” — Disability Encounters in El Deafo

By T. K. Dalton

Adjunct Assistant Professor, English, City College of New York

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