Sarah Jean Barton | Sarah Jean Barton is assistant professor of occupational therapy and theological ethics at Duke University with a dual faculty appointment in Duke’s School of Medicine and Divinity School. Her research focuses on the intersections of disability with theology, health, education, and religious participation. Dr. Barton’s research methodology prioritizes partnerships with individuals experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities. She has completed recent work on Universal Design for Learning and accessible pedagogy, and her book, Becoming the Baptized Body, is forthcoming with Baylor University Press in August 2022
Heike Peckruhn | Heike Peckruhn is associate professor of religious studies at Daemen College. Her teaching and research weaves together aspects of embodiment moving through questions in theology, religion, and communal engagement. She has published on body methodologies in theology, disability studies, and queer studies, and facilitates workshops on inclusive teaching and racial identity development.