AIM is an anti-colonial, anti-ableist, feminist research Lab focused on issues of access, disability and environmental justice.

From our members

Activist Affordances

Our director's book "Activist Affordances: How disabled people improve more habitable worlds" is coming out with Duke University Press in April 2023

AIM member Dresda Mendez receives an award

AIM Lab steering committee member Dresda Mendez has recently been awarded for her outstanding doctoral dissertation in the Vice-Rectorate for Equality, Inclusion and Sustainability at the University of Granada!

Coming Up from AIM

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Paper Jams

AIM paper jams are on!
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Air, river, sea, soil; a history of an exploited land

Our online exhibition "Air, river, sea, soil; a history of an exploited land" is on and publicly accessible for you to visit!
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