publications

 

 

leaflet for Global Perspectives
Global Perspectives on Disability Activism and Advocacy

Chapter The onset of austerity in the United Kingdom and start of a disability activism published in Global Perspectives on Disability Activism and Advocacy

Part 3 Activism across multiple identities; 10 Our lives, our story: the journey of the voiceless towards advocacy in Nepal Pratima Gurung; 11 Sex trafficking, activism and disability Mark Sherry; 12 The onset of austerity in the United Kingdom and start of a disability activism Eleanor Lisney; 13 Queer-crip.blog: a virtual ethnographic comparison of social media movement-building techniques used by queer and disabled activists

 

 

 

nook cover The Routledge Handbook of Disability Activism
The Routledge Handbook of Disability Activism

The Routledge Handbook of Disability Activism
Edited by Maria Berghs, Tsitsi Chataika, Yayha El-Lahib, A. K. Dube

This comprehensive handbook emphasizes the importance of everyday disability activism and how activists across the world bring together a wide range of activism tactics and strategies. It also challenges the activist movements, transnational and emancipatory politics, as well as providing future directions for disability activism.

chapter 16: Pissed off! : disability activists fighting for access in the UK
with Charlotte Jones, Jen Slater, Sam Cleasby, Gill Kemp, Eleanor Lisney and Sarah Rennie

 

Images of Protest in Social Media for the Virtual Community 
July 2015 Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2015)

This exhibition is a collation of images, videos and photographs used in social media for the protest movements in the UK, with a focus on disabled people, during this era of austerity. It shows the importance of citizen journalism when mainstream journalism is said to have ignored the voices of disabled people engaging in protests. This is a look back into the protests held in the last five years of Conservative Lib Dem Coalition government from 2010.

Museums and Technology: Being Inclusive Helps Accessibility for All with Jonathan P. Bowen, the museum jouralKirsten Hearn and Maria Zedda

Volume 56, Issue 3, pages 353–361, July 2013

Article first published online: 15 JUL 2013

top ten accessible restaurants brochure Our top 10 accessible restaurants Coventry and Warwickshire

with Maria Zedda and Sarah Rennie (Connect Culture)

 

 

top 10 london venues brochureOur Top Ten Accessible Venues In West London

with Maria Zedda and Jaspal Dhani

 

 

Using Webzine to Create Effective Communications Between China and the West Christina Li, uiGarden.net, UK; Sean Liu, uiGarden.net, UK; Eleanor Lisney, uiGarden.net, UK. 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proceedings Volume 10, LNCS_4559, ISBN: 978-3-540-73286-0)

A Comparison of Gender Bias in Art and Science Museum Websites, Rod Gunn, Gloria Moss (University of Glamorgan), Jonathan P. Bowen, Isabel Bernal (eIFL.net, Rome, Italy), Eleanor Lisney (Coventry University) and Sarah McDaid (London South Bank University). EVA 2006 London Conference Proceedings, London, UK, 26-28 July 2006. EVA Conferences International, pages 5.1-5.7, 2006

Encouraging Gender Balance: A Survey of European Science Museum Websites, Rod Gunn, Gloria Moss (University of Glamorgan), Jonathan P. Bowen, Isabel Bernal (eIFL.net, Rome, Italy), Eleanor Lisney (Coventry University) and Sarah McDaid (London South Bank University). EVA 2006 London Conference Proceedings, London, UK, 26-28 July 2006. EVA Conferences International, pages 5.1-5.7, 2006.

Gender Issues and Museum Websites, Clara Baiget, Isabel Bernal, Sue Black, Nadia Blinova, Stefania Boiano, Ann Borda, Jonathan P. Bowen, Wera Grahn (University of Linköping, Sweden), Eleanor Lisney and Teresa Numerico. In David Bearman and Jennifer Trant (eds.), MW2005: Museums and the Web 2005Vancouver, Canada, 13-16 April 2005

International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums (9e : 2005 : Paris, France)

Disability Culture: the Quest for a Collective Identity Eleanor Lisney. A cd-rom and video for medical students to understand disability culture. Curriculum tool for CHPR (Center for Health Policy and Research), 2004. Demo at ICHIM International Conference, 2004