Clearing the plains

Book review

Famine was a deliberate policy weapon used to coerce “unco-operative Indians” onto reserves and remove them from lands coveted by white settlers.

How the Nuclear Waste Management Organization targeted Pinehouse

When nuclear waste comes calling.

When psychiatry burns

From Joan of Arc to ADHD

From ADHD to major depression, a family doctor takes a critical look at the power of modern psychiatry and the forces that shape it.

Beyond the wheelchair

Rethinking the politics of disability and accessibility

How would the world look – for everyone – in light of a larger social project oriented toward universal design, collective access, and the recognition of a diverse range of embodiment?

The trouble with twitter

Protesting Twitter’s protest value

Twitter performs a magic trick with public perception, disappearing the material costs and conditions of tweeting.