My Review of Wretches & Jabberers now in The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies

Filed Under (Communication, Critical Disability Studies, Discrimination, Film) by Estee on 23-01-2015


My review of the film Wretches & Jabberers can now be read in the Canadian Journal of Disability Studies: CLICK HERE

Director of Wretches & Jabberers At York University Tomorrow Night!

Filed Under (Communication, Critical Disability Studies, Film) by Estee on 06-11-2013

Hi everyone…sorry I haven’t posted in a while, but this is well-worth visiting at York University in Toronto tomorrow night:

Narratives on Ability with
Geradine Wurzberg, Director of the Film, Wretches & Jabberers
November 7, 2013 4-6 p.m.
York University
Nat Taylor Cinema
North Ross Building 102

More Details Here: Narratives on Ability

The Co-Production of Autism in the film Wretches and Jabberers

Filed Under (autism, Autism History, Communication, Critical Disability Studies, Critical Disability Theory, Film, Language) by Estee on 30-09-2013

Well, I finally posted my Master’s Research Paper that I completed in August and defended in September. You can read it here. Much more work will be going into this as I now pursue my PhD in Critical Disability Studies. I have to say, that a 65-page limit on this topic was extremely challenging. I look forward, as well, to presenting on October 12th in Denver at the Autism National Committee (AutCOM) conference.


About Me


I’m a PhD candidate at York University, Critical Disability Studies, with a multi-disciplinary background in the arts as a curator and writer. I am the Founder of The Autism Acceptance Project (, and an enamoured mother of my only son who lives with the autism label. I like to write about our journey, critical issues regarding autism in the area of human rights, law, and social justice, as well as reflexive practices in (auto)ethnographic writing about autism.