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Episode Info:   Today’s episode is about disabled teachers with Travis Chi Wing Lau and Dayniah Manderson. Travis is a postdoctoral fellow in English at the University of Texas at Austin and Dayniah teaches 8th grade at Mott Hall Community School in the Bronx, NYC. You’ll hear both Travis and Dayniah talk about their approach to teaching, what they enjoy about being teachers, what’s unique about being a disabled teacher, and the challenges facing the teaching profession in both universities and city public school systems. Transcript [Google doc]     [PDF] Related Links Bailey, Whitney. (October 18, 2018). Wheelchair user’s perspective on disability and employment. AbleThrive. Lau, Travis Chi Wing. (October 11, 2019). On the Power of Names. Synapsis. Lau, Travis Chi Wing. (February 14, 2019.) William Hay; Or, An Obsession. The Rambling.   Manderson, Dayniah. (October 8, 2018). Does my wheelchair make you uncomfortable? How my disability may have cost me a job. USA Today. About Dayniah Manderson, a young Black woman with long black hair and eyeglasses. She is in a power chair and wearing a yellow sleeveless shirt. She at her classroom door with the hallway in the background.Dayniah Manderson, 39, has been an educator within the New York City Department of Education since 2003. She teaches 8th grade at Mott Hall Community School in the Bronx, New York City.  She is the mother of a precocious teenager and lives with SMA II.   Twitter: @DayniahManderso A Chinese American man with black hair dressed in a plaid shirt and cable-knit sweater.Travis Chi Wing Lau is a postdoctoral fellow in English at UT Austin. He specializes in 18th- and 19th-century British literature and culture, medical humanities, and disability studies. His academic and creative writing have appeared in a number of forums for public scholarship such as Public Books and the Los Angeles Review of Books, as well as in queer and disability-focused publications like The Deaf Poets Society. His portfolio of work and current projects are accessible on his homepage: travisclau.com Twitter: @travisclau   Support Disability Media and Culture DONATE to the Disability Visibility Project®   Credits Geraldine Ah-Sue, Audio Producer Alice Wong, Writer, Audio Producer, Host Cheryl Green, Text Transcript Lateef McLeod, Introduction Mike Mort, Artwork Theme Music (used with permission of artist) Song: “Dance Off” Artist: Wheelchair Sports Camp Music “Wavy Glass” by Podington Bear (Wavy Glass by Podington Bearis licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.) “Crystal Boom Percussion” by Podington Bear (Crystal Boom Persuasion by Podington Bear is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License) Sounds “VOCODER countdown” by Jack_Master. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons 0 License. “8 Bit Beeping Computer Sounds” by sheepfilms. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons 0 License. ...
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