Liebow, Nabina and Levit Ades, Rachel. (2022). “I Know What It’s Like”: Epistemic Arrogance, Disability, and Race. Journal of the American Philosophical Association, 1-21. doi:10.1017/apa.2021.27

Levit Ades, Rachel. Review of “Improving Accessible Digital Practices in Higher Education: Challenges and New Practices for Inclusion.” Disability Studies Quarterly (2022) <;

Levit Ades, Rachel. “The ‘Rights” Road to Inclusion: Disability Rights, Care, and Normalcy.” Education, Inclusion and Justice, ed. Joan McGregor and Mark Navin, Springer (2022).


Refereed Conference Presentations

“Philosophy for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities” Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, University of Mississippi, October 2022

“Lessons from the ADA: Creating a Late Work Accommodations Process for Everyone” American Philosophical Association (APA)/American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT) Teaching Hub Session “Disabled Philosophers: Equity and Accessibility in the Philosophy Classroom”

American Philosophical Association Eastern Division, January 2022 “Not ‘Everyone Becomes Disabled’” Society for Disability Studies, Ohio State University, April 2021

“The ‘Rights’ Road To Inclusion: Disability Rights, Care and Normalcy” American Association of Legal and Social Philosophy (AMINTAPHIL) Conference on Education, Inclusion, and Justice, October 2020

“The New (Old) Social Model of Disability” UNCA 3rd Biennial Philosophy of Disability Conference, March 2020

“Against the Statue in the Stone: Disability Identity and the Counterfactual Account of Harm” First Place for Best Graduate Student Essay American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) 2018 Section: Disability Ethics Affinity Group ASBH Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA

“Human Beings, or, The Modern Hephaestus: A Better Perspective On Emerging Technology and Disability” April 2018 Section: Disability Studies: Fanfic and Myth New Visions Graduate Conference, University of Arizona “Visualizing A Deaf City,” April 2016 Section: Seeing Disability New Visions Graduate Conference, University of Arizona

Invited Presentations

“Disability Accommodations and Indirect Discrimination,” October 2022 Philosophy Colloquium Series, School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies

“I Know What It’s Like” and Transformative Experiences, September 2022 Undergraduate/Graduate seminar on Transformative Experiences with Dr. Peter Kung

“Emancipatory Disability Studies and a Place for Academic Philosophy,” March 2019 Un/Knowing Disability Panel,  ASU Institute for Humanities Research

Trainings Led

Alt Text As Poetry and Image Descriptions in the Humanities Workshop School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies, ASU, April 25, 2022