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Amelia Jacobson

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Amelia Jacobson (she/her) (Pākehā) is a disabled writer living in Tāmaki Makaurau; her work interrogates narratives of illness, healing, and the body with a curiosity to creatively illuminate ableism. More of her writing can be found on The Spinoff and the D*list. She also explores poetry and narrative writing for screen and stage. Amelia has a bachelor’s degree in Performing and Screen Arts from Unitec, graduating as senior scholar in 2020. Since then, she has been developing a community arts non-profit that explores a disability justice lens to chronic/long-term illness. In 2024, Amelia will be studying a post-grad diploma in creative arts therapy at Whitecliffe alongside her writing and community mahi.

Everything By: Amelia Jacobson

Society01.02.24

Ghost Stories

Don’t look away. Amelia Jacobson dives into Aotearoa’s history of ableism and disability justice while unravelling the myths of the Unitec Campus.


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