Our research indicates that the following faculty/instructors engage with critical disability studies (CDS) scholarship and/or pedagogy. If you would like to be included on this list, please email us (an official affiliation process is forthcoming). 

  • Tammy Berberi (French, UMN-Twin Cities). Areas of study: disability and aesthetics, Tristan Corbière, 19th century French Literature, disability studies, inclusion in higher education
  • Jigna Desai (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, UMN-Twin Cities). Areas of study: women of color feminism, queer of color critique, critical university studies, critical disability and critical neural studies, and transnational feminism
  • Erin L. Durban (Anthropology, UMN-Twin Cities). Areas of study: queer and trans Studies, Haiti, empire, transnational feminisms, critical disability studies
  • Jessica Horvath Williams (English, UMN-Twin Cities). Areas of study: 19th century U.S. Literature and feminist disability studies, with emphases on questions of women’s writing, domestic labor, and literary form
  • Jennifer EunJung Row (French & Italian, UMN-Twin Cities). Areas of study: early modern theater, dance and performance studies, queer theory, the history of sexuality, disability studies and affect theory
  • Molly E. Ubbesen (Center for Learning Innovation, UMN-Rochester). Areas of study: accessible pedagogy, writing pedagogy