Another place to go read Alison's thoughts

Over at the website On the Human (a project of the National Humanities Center), Michael Bérubé has written an essay called "Humans, Disabilities, and the Humanities."  I'm a fan of Bérubé's work, so it was very cool that I was asked to comment on his essay.  It seems to me the folks running this site are making an effort to have thoughtful academic conversations happening online--i.e., they wanted me to write something more substantial than, "Pwned!" or whatever.  Those of us invited are commenting right now, and I think at the end of the coming week Michael is going to write a response.

Have a look, and let me know what you think!

Still posingAlso, in case folks from that site click over here, here's a recent picture of Maybelle in her fabulousness.  I apologize for the eye booger which I didn't remove before I took the picture.  I ought to have a link to a recent reading video, or something like that (just this morning she learned to read the word "Nina").  Perhaps I'll get one of those up soon.

1 comment:

Nina said...

Woah! That's so awesome that Maybelle can read my name!!!