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Publications

To give a sense of the range of my publications, I have highlighted a few sample work products below. For a full list of publications please see my CV here.

In collaboration with some of the best colleagues in existence in the U.S. and Canada, I recently published a methodological article entitled, “Exploring the expansive properties of interpretive description: An invitation to anti-oppressive researchers,” in the International Journal of Qualitative Methods.

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Drawing on my professional and personal experiences, I previously published, “Telework during COVID-19: Exposing ableism in U.S. higher education,” in Disability and Society.

However, to make sure advocacy work stays timely and hilarious, I also serve as a contributing writer for The Squeaky Wheel, publishing disabled and equity focused satire. You can read my work here.