Over the past ten years, my work has focused on making education more accessible to individuals with bodies of difference. I have conducted this work alongside students, with teaching staff and faculty, with university administrators, and with legislators and policymakers. My research, in addition to drawing from disability and mad studies, also engages with scholars and literature from public health, anthropology, women and gender studies, critical race theory, and law. My work engages with complex theories as a way of making sense of the sedimented formations within our everyday arrangements. What these theories generate are questions about why things are the way they are.