Download the Zine for FREE. Here’s a smaller version of the Zine if you want to email it. And, finally, both versions have Alt-Text for screen readers.

I commissioned the amazing Sophie Wang to draw a zine to summarise the book. We had a fun time trying to figure out how to tell the story in the book & her work is AMAZING! I am not into the idea that a book about access, equity & exclusion/inclusion costs so much money, so wanted to make sure there was something I could share for free. I am also very aware that not everyone can or wants to read an academic monograph, so wanted to have a few different formats available. I hope you like it!

Find Sophie on twitter @wangshuf and her wonderful website. You can contact her at sophieshenwang(at)gmail(dot)com.

If you want to find out more about the book you can read a magazine article, a FREE chapter or listen to a podcast . For stickers & a printed zine you’ll have to come to a talk.

The book is available from my publisher, Routledge & from September 2020 is also available in paperback form. If you don’t have a university or organisational library that can get a copy for you, please email me for more info about how you can get your hands on a copy (aka: I’ve got some spare!). I’m on emily(dot)dawson(at)ucl.ac.uk.

photograph of the front cover of a book on the left with the title equity, exclusion and everyday science learning, next to the front cover of a zine on the right, with the same title
Image: the book and the zine side by side