• Sociology
  • Published 2016

Critical Disability Studies and Mad Studies: Enabling new Pedagogies in Practice

@inproceedings{Castrodale2016CriticalDS,
  title={Critical Disability Studies and Mad Studies: Enabling new Pedagogies in Practice},
  author={Mark Anthony Castrodale},
  year={2016}
}
I draw theoretically on the works of critical pedagogues to unpack my instructor experiences developing and teaching critical disability studies (CDS) and Mad studies in university contexts. My intent is to insert CDS and Mad pedagogies into the literature in adult education, where such discourses have been and continue to be absent from critical pedagogy in general and from teacher education more specifically. In this paper, I offer a critique of the absence of CDS and Mad studies‐informed… CONTINUE READING

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