Eli’s books are frequently used texts in a variety of classes, including Disability Studies, Queer Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Social Work, Health Humanities, and Composition 101. Eli is available to speak, present, lead discussion, and/or read in classrooms.
A small sampling of his classroom presentations includes:
- Disability and Ways of Seeing (UC Berkeley)
- History of the Freak Show (Starr-King College)
- Queer Disability Art (University of Alberta)
- Queer Theory and Disability History (Truman State University)
- Sexual Objectification and Disability (Pennsylvania State University)
- Stolen Bodies, Reclaimed Bodies: Stereotypes and Lies (University of Calgary)
- Telling Stories from the Inside Out (Spelman College)
- The Ableist Invention of Defectiveness (Smith College, School of Social Work)
- The Marrow’s Telling: Poetry and Disability Culture (University of Michigan)
- Trans Stories, Trans Theories (Southwestern University)
For a complete listing of Eli’s classroom presentations, download his CV as a PDF.