Scales of Inclusion: Disability and Labor in The Twenty-First Century


ACLS Fellowship Program


Geography and Environmental Sustainability


“Scales of Inclusion” offers a framework for understanding inclusion projects as neither singular failures nor as unassailably good, and for conceptualizing disability and other identities as products of scalar processes. The book draws on year of ethnographic fieldwork in the world of corporate disability inclusion to elaborate on how the concept of environmental microaggressions can inform our understanding of inclusive places, how branded identities circulate in the labor market, and how the production of uneven development is integral to the growth of disability participation in mainstream professional settings in the U.S.