Stereotype Life

a biweekly podcast on mental health, disability & access in higher education

Welcome to the Stereotype Life


Stereotype Life with Amanda Reavey
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Bookmark this page! New episodes posted every other Wednesday at 12pm central.

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Season One

2020


Image: #1 John Thurgood. May 6, 2020. #stopthestereotype

John Thurgood on creative writing, skateboarding, grad school and teaching amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Image: #2 Meredith Williams. May 20, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Meredith Williams on Disability Rights, Education, Activism & Mentoring (DREAM), and the issues students face on campus.

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Image: #3 Beth Vigoren. June 3, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Beth Vigoren on being a first-generation college student and a single mother from rural Minnesota.

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Episode Number 4
Image: #4 Jason Anderson. June 17, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Jason Anderson on self-accommodation, self-advocacy and building resilience.

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Image: #5 Dr. Katie Rose Guest Pryal. July 1, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Dr. Katie Rose Guest Pryal on her book, Life of the Mind Interrupted: Essays on Mental Health and Disability in Higher Education.

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Image: #6 DJ Lee. July 29, 2020. #stopthestereotype

DJ Lee, PhD on mental health, disability and access in her book, Remote: Finding Home in the Bitterroots.

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Image: #7 Kristine Koyama. August 5, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Kristine Koyama on creating multimodal lessons and making online classes accessible.

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Episode Number 8: Karen Tang, August 12, 2020
Image: #8 Karen Tang. August 12, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Karen Tang on the correlation between addiction and mental health, and developing mindfulness and self-compassion.

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Episode Number 9: Chrissy Mackesey PhD (ABD), August 26, 2020
Image: #9 Chrissy Mackey, PhD (ABD). August 26, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Chrissy Mackey, PhD (ABD) on having lupus, the perception of attendance and the accessibility of Dungeons & Dragons for training.

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Image: #10 Dr. Krista Grensavitch. September 9, 2020. #stopthestereotype

Dr. Krista Grensavitch on the intersections of feminist pedagogy and disability studies, and incorporating objects into teaching and learning.

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