Oxford Brookes Library has thousands of ebooks available to read, wherever you are. But it’s not always easy to know where to start.
To complement your module reading lists, we’re gathering together great ebooks you may not have seen yet, on a range of themes.
Here are five ebooks on disability activism, available to all Oxford Brookes students and staff:
- Crippled : austerity and the demonization of disabled people by Frances Ryan
- Lived experiences of ableism in academia : strategies for inclusion in higher education edited by Nicole Brown.
- Disability visibility : first-person stories from the twenty-first century edited by Alice Wong.
- No limits: the Disabled People’s movement – A radical history by Judy Hunt
- The power of disability : 10 lessons for surviving, thriving, and changing the world by Al Etmanski.
Don’t forget to explore The Five Ebooks You Need on other topics!