UM Press Annotates Disability Studies: Wrap Up

By: Kristen Twardowski | Date: March 13, 2022
UM Press Annotates Disability Studies: Wrap Up

This week, UM Press Annotates wraps up a discussion of #DisabilityStudies that ranged from higher education, aesthetics in art history, to post-revolutionary Mexico.


There is still space in the digital margins for your contribution to the #DisabilityStudies conversation. Consider these possibilities:



To read more about #DisabilityStudies, check out these new and forthcoming titles from UM Press:


How to Participate

The University of Michigan Press looks forward to engaging with readers through UM Press Annotates. To help make the conversation productive for all, we ask annotators to follow these community guidelines:

Seek to understand differing perspectives. Questions can inspire meaningful conversation and help us develop shared understandings, even where we may disagree.

We welcome scholarly disagreements, but ask all annotators to engage in respectful communication practices.

Help make the conversation searchable across social media with the hashtags #UMPAnnotates and #DisabilityStudies.

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This post was written by Michelle Sprouse, a PhD candidate in the University of Michigan’s department of English and Education and UM Press editorial intern. Michelle currently oversees the UM Press Annotates pilot program. In her own research, she explores social annotation as a tool for connecting reading and writing in post-secondary contexts.