Dr. Elizabeth DePoy is currently the Coordinator of Interdisciplinary Disability Studies at the University of Maine, focusing her scholarship and theory on diversity and informing the creation of inclusive communities.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Universal Web Access: An Intelligent Web Interface
Stephen Gilson

In this session we present a project focusing on the development, testing and deployment of an intelligent web interface to advance universal access to web information.

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Reinventing the Atypical Body through Art, Literature and Technology
Stephen Gilson,

In this presentation we examine the contribution of literature, arts and technology in constructing, changing and redefining the visualization and meaning of the atypical body.

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Moving Beyond Nomothetic Category: Diversity as Symmetry
Stephen Gilson

In this paper, we advance a new conceptualization, a progressive theory of diversity that builds on contemporary theory and is informed by a broad examination of interdisciplinary literature and practice.

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Geographic Analysis for the Social Sciences: Illustration through Prevention Science Research
Stephen Gilson

In this paper, we discuss and illustrate an innovative multi-faceted prevention research model, relevant to the full range of social and health problems experienced by global communities.

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The Bell-Shaped Curve: Alive, Well and Living in Diversity Rhetoric
Stephen Gilson

In this presentation, we analyze symbol in diversity politics and illustrate how the bell curve tacitly maintains the diversity-destructive normal/abnormal binary.

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Da Vinci’s Ill Fated Design Legacy: Homogenization and Standardization
Stephen Gilson,

In this paper, we examine how da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man has been apprehended as a contemporary mechanism of social, environmental, cultural, bodily, and expressive control and propose alternative conclusions.

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Designer Diversity: Constructing Bodies and Backgrounds through Contemporary Design Theory
Stephen Gilson,

This paper critically explores and indicts design as a prime mover, brander, and political force in creating and reifying diversity categories and group identities.

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