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Mutants and Cyborgs: Disability and Pop Culture | Lydia Fecteau | TEDxStocktonUniversity
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Added Sep 20, 2016
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Connecting diversity of mind and body in pop culture to better understand normal.

Lydia Fecteau has been an adjunct at Stockton University since completing her MA in 1996. She teaches writing and literature courses, specializing in the fields of Disability Studies and Pop Culture. Her interest in Disability Studies has led to a number of conference presentations. In addition to teaching writing and literature at Stockton, Ms. Fecteau also teaches English courses at Atlantic Cape Community College (ACCC). Recently, she was promoted to Senior Adjunct at ACCC, and her fellow Stockton professors nominated her a Distinguished Adjunct.

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