Dialogues on Disability -Nancy Stanlick

It’s that time again! – Shelley’s latest interview as part of her Dialogues on Disability series is now out. This time she interviews Nancy Stanlick, who talks (amongst other things) about ‘invisible’ and ‘unspeakable’ disabilities, based partly on her own experience of having a colostomy.

Nancy is Assistant Dean in the College of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Central Florida. She specializes in ethics, social philosophy, and history of modern and American philosophy. When Nancy isn’t at her job or at home doing job-related things, she plays online video games, works in her yard, reads, and watches old movies. She also enjoys her cats and sleeping in late on Saturdays.

You can read the interview here.

Shelley also suggests having a look at So Bad Ass, which is an excellent collection of thoughts and resources about disability, ileostomy, and body image (plus more!) from UK-based feminist photographer, writer, and speaker, Sam Cleasby.

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