Module 4: The Materiality of Media

4.1 Module 4 Readings

1. Miller, T. (2017). The price of the popular media is paid by the effluent citizen. In E. Ellcessor & B. Kirkpatrick (Eds.), Disability Media Studies (pp. 295-310). NYU Press.

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2. Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario. (2021, June). Permanent Online Landlord and Tenant Board Hearings Are Having Devastating Consequences.

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3. Knight, E. (2020, Aug. 23). If a crisis like COVID-19 hasn’t pushed government to take action to improve broadband access, what can? CBC.

Suggested Readings:

Ellcessor, E. (2016). Restricted Access: Media, Disability, and the Politics of Participation. NYU Press.

Puar, J. K. (2017). Introduction. In The Right to Maim. Duke University Press.


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