Engaging ideas, transforming minds
Engaging ideas, transforming minds

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Elaine Cagulada is a PhD candidate in disability studies within OISE’s Department of Social Justice Education at University of Toronto. Indebted to the wisdom of disabled, Black, and Indigenous storytellers, her research explores the constitutive force of narrative in relation to perceptions of deafness, disability, race, and policing.


  • July 2022
  • 9781773383163
  • $74.95 Print


Encounters in Disability Studies
Tanya Titchkosky, Elaine Cagulada, Madeleine DeWelles, Efrat Gold