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Associate professor Disability Studies and Inclusive Education, Brandon University

Patty Douglas is an Associate Professor of Disability Studies in Education in the Faculty of Education at Brandon University in Manitoba, Canada. Her work in disability studies concentrates on critical and creative approaches to autism and care as supported by feminist, queer, decolonial, critical post-humanist, cultural studies and other critical approaches that dislodge the (humanist) human in educational research and practice. Douglas leads the Re•Storying Autism in Education project, a SSHRC funded international, multimedia storytelling project that challenges deficit stereotypes of difference to transform policy and practice. She identifies as neurodivergent and invisibly disabled. More information can be found at: @ReStorying


  • 2016–present
    Associate professor, Brandon University


  • 2016 
    University of Toronto, PhD