Barbara Nino Carreras recently contributed to a chapter called “Towards Digital Accessibility: Disabled Culture and Social Justice” in the first interdisciplinary anthology on universal design in Danish.
The book is written by an interdisciplinary research network, established by the Bevica Foundation to strengthen the field of universal design as a research-based and interdisciplinary field of knowledge in Denmark. The anthology is the research network’s first joint interdisciplinary publication, and it provides an insight into universal design as a field of research and unfolds interdisciplinary perspectives on universal design as method, theory and practice. The book is published by Aalborg Universitetsforlag and was celebrated with a book launch at the Bevica Foundation in June, where Barbara also participated in a panel debate. Access the publication open source here.