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TPI GRAs at the DisAbility Summit

TPI employs doctoral students from Attallah College of Educational Studies as Graduate Research Assistants. The GRAs work with TPI staff and affiliates to conduct research and contribute to research articles. The GRAs also publish their own articles and complete dissertations while enrolled in the doctoral program.

Research Articles:

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Lisa Boskovich, Ph.D.

Boskovich, L., Cannon, M. A., Hernández-Saca, D. I., Kahn, L., & Nusbaum, E. A. (In Press, 2020).  Resisting intersectional disability soul destroying in education contexts: A collaborative autoethnography for rooted transformation. In Douglass, L., Threlkeld, A., Merriweather, L.R., & Barnes, R. (Co-Editors). Critical Approaches to Trauma in Adult Learning. Boden-McGill, C. & Olson, J. (Series Editors). 2019 Adult and Higher Education Association Book Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 1. All are co-lead authors given that we worked collaboratively and democratically in our division of labor on the writing. We are listed in alphabetical order by last name

Pearson, H.,  Boskovich, L., (2019).  Problematizing Disability Disclosure in Higher Education.   Disability Studies Quarterly, Review of Disability Studies An International Journal. 39(1). Retrieved https://dsq-sds.org/article/view/6001/5187

Boskovich, L,.(2018). Stepping towards healing about Learning Disability at our intersectionality: How LD pain and privilege structured our schooling experiences. In Ellis, H. (Eds). Exploring the Reflexivity of Pain and Privilege. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publisher-Books on Educational Research. 

Boskovich, L., (2019). Two Poems in Stepping towards healing about Learning Disability at our intersectionality: How LD pain and privilege structured our schooling experiences. In Ellis, H. (Eds). Exploring the Reflexivity of Pain and Privilege. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publisher-Books on Educational Research.

Boskovich, L., Cannon, M. N., Hernández-Saca, D. I., Kahn, L., & Nusbaum, E. A. (2019). Self- study of intersectional and emotional narratives: Narrative inquiry, Disability Studies in Education, and praxis in social science research. In S. E. Green, Loseke B. M. Altman, & S. N. Barnartt (Eds). New narratives of disability: Constructions, clashes, and controversies research in social science and disability, Volume 11. 1. All are co-lead authors given that we worked collaboratively and democratically in our division of labor on the writing. We are listed in alphabetical order by last name

Boskovich, L. (2019). Changes and False Beliefs, Peace Review, 31(4), 520. doi:  10.1080/10402659.2019.1800939 

Boskovich, L. (2019). Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal. Liminality, Out From the Halls, We Walk Through Corridors 15(3).  https://rdsjournal.org/index.php/journal/issue/view/64

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Sneha Mathur

Griffiths, A. J., Nash, A. M., Maupin, Z., & Mathur, S. K. (2020).  Her voice: Engaging and preparing girls with disabilities for science, technology, engineering, and math careers.  International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 12(3), 293-301.

Griffiths, A.J.; Hanson, A.H.; Giannantonio, C.M.; Mathur, S.K.; Hyde, K.; Linstead, E.  Developing Employment Environments Where Individuals with ASD Thrive: Using Machine Learning to Explore Employer Policies and Practices. Brain Sci. 2020, 10, 632.

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Anne Steketee, Ph.D.

Jandrić, P., Hayes, D., . . . Steketee, A., . . . et al. (2020). Teaching in the age of Covid-19. Postdigital Science and Education. doi:10.1007/s42438-020-00169-6

Arndt, S., Asher, G., Knox, J., Ford, D. R., … Steketee, A., … Peters, M. A. (2019). Between the blabbering noise of individuals or the silent dialogue of many: A collective response to Postdigital Science and Education′ (Jandrić et al. 2018). Postdigital Science and Education, 1(2), 446–474. doi:10.1007/s42438-019-00037-y

Jandrić, P., Ryberg, T., …. Steketee, A. et al. (2018). Postdigital dialogue. Postdigital Science and Education, 1-27. doi:10.1007/s42438-018-0011-x

Steketee, A. (2018). The possibility of enmemberment. [Review of the book Learning in the age of digital reason, by P. Jandrić]. Information, Communication & Society, 22(3), 458–466. doi:10.1080/1369118x.2018.1515973

Steketee, A. (2019). White parents raising Black children. In M. T. Williams, D. C. Rosen, & J. W. Kanter (Eds.), Eliminating race-based mental health disparities: Promoting equity and culturally responsive care across settings, (pp. 203-224). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Books. 

Dissertations:

Boskovich, L. (2020).  The labyrinth of autism: Heuristic journeys of fathers who have a child on the autism spectrum  (Doctoral dissertation).  https://doi.org/ 10.36837/chapman.000186

Stekette, A. (2020).  Secondary traumatic stress in teachers and school communities impacted by the opioid epidemic  (Doctoral dissertation).  https://doi.org/10.36837/chapman.000176