The Oberlin Review

Auden Granger
Auden Granger is a third-year Comparative American Studies major with a concentration in Identity & Diversity. They are passionate about disability justice and 'crip' activism. When not working as a copy editor at the Review, they can often be found researching the representation of disability in popular media, particularly comics. As academic as this may sound, in application it largely means reading and analyzing the details of hundreds of Daredevil comics.

Auden Granger, Production Staff Member

Dec 09, 2016
Activism Limited by Disregard for Disability (Story)
Sep 09, 2016
Disability Informs Personal Identity, Politics (Story)
Apr 08, 2016
‘Autism Speaks’ Fails to Support Autistic People (Story)
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