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Michele Friedner , June 15th, 2021
Deaf incarcerated people may have trouble accessing prison programming and educational opportunities due to a lack of necessary accommodations. Michael Williamson/The Washington Post/Getty Im…
Michele Friedner , April 10th, 2020
While conducting research in India during the summer of 2019 for my book on cochlear implantation, I kept on coming across an interesting object: a small cardboard office…
Michele Friedner , March 4th, 2019
We are interested in the ways that the concept of “cross-disability” has become an unquestioned value and goal in development and advocacy work: organizations, programs, and advocacy efforts…
Michele Friedner , December 17th, 2018
In this series, we work to broaden the horizons of an emergent anthropology of disability by taking two considerations as the starting point for a conversation. On the…
Michele Friedner , May 23rd, 2016
We’re a medical anthropologist and a literary critic, and while our research interests seemingly have little overlap, we found ourselves engaged in a series of conversations about how…