Mount Holyoke College Institutional Archive
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Noah Kelley is creator of the DIY Guide to Feminist Cybersecurity and is the founder of HACK*BLOSSOM, an activist organization fighting for the safety and autonomy of marginalized users in digital spaces. In this talk, ...
The subject of my thesis involves the art of imitation: a practice that has spanned over two millennia. Imitation was originally used as a pedagogical practice for early Roman writers and continued as a central part of ...
(Association of College & Research Libraries, Press, 2016)
Validation and Invalidation: Advising Interactions as Contexts for Understanding Nontraditional Student Experiences in Higher Education Nontraditional students, typically defined as students over the age of 24 years old, comprise almost 40% of all college students; often, they possess intersecting social identities, such as being first generation college ...
Unheard Voices: An Ethnographic Study of Childhood Onset Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Society, and Medicine Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common physical disability among children, yet little is understood about this disability throughout the lifespan, from childhood into adulthood. Young adults with CP are facing ...