Slewth Press Back Online


Good news. After a 5 month hiatus, Slewth Press is back in action. Thanks to Jon Gibbin‘s technical chops my blog has been rescued from digital limbo, re-homed and valetted. To celebrate this restoration, I have articles queued up covering new research, publications and forthcoming work. I hope to satisfy all your disability theory, digital sociology and accessibility research needs.  Perhaps most importantly, I recently submitted my 2011 thesis (Disability 2.0: Student Experiences of Disability and Social Networks on Campus in Higher Education) to Nottingham University’s eThesis repository as an accessible PDF so I will be signposting the work as soon as it becomes available (for free, to all). I will also be blogging hints, tips and hacks for others wanting to accessify huge documents and complex images. Subscribe to get these posts direct to your inbox.

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