Research Scholar since 1999
Penny Richards received her Ph.D. in Education at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill in 1996. At UC-Santa Barbara, she did postdoctoral research on the history of special education and disability in the United States. She is the editor of listservs concerning education and disability and has served on the steering committee of the Women’s Studies Seminars at the Huntington Library. She is the current president of the Disability History Association.
Blog: Letters from Sanquhar
Florida Memory, the blog of the Florida Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services, posted an interview with me this month:
And a USC student, Christie Lee, made a timelapse film of me doing chalk art at the Redondo Splashwall this weekend for Earth Day: