Campbell, Fiona Kumari
Fiona Kumari Campbell is the Convenor of the Disability Studies major in the School of Human Services, Griffith University. Existing in distant relation to Terra Abled, she inhabits the zone of peripheral subjectivities (crip, queer, south Asian and Jewish). Fiona is interested in ways technology and law create and recite disability. She is currently working on her first book Contours of Ableism.
FeatureFeminist Rosemary Tong long ago alluded to the profound possibilities of using critical disability studies theory to recomprehend and respatialize the landscape of thinking about race and gender as sites of signification. This piece presents a preliminary conversation in the emergent field of studies in ableism and desires to not only problematize but refuse the notion of able(ness). Our...Read more