Shane Clifton is Honorary Professor, Centre for Disability Research and Policy, the Faculty of Health Sciences, the University of Sydney. His current research is interdisciplinary, exploring the intersection between disability studies, virtue ethics, and theology.
Shane is Married to Elly, and they have three sons. In 2010 Shane had a serious accident that left him a quadriplegic (C5 Incomplete). He is passionate about the flourishing of people with a disability.
September 27, 2018
Year 12 graduation, parent’s tribute
October 1, 2017
Million Dollar Baby: a film to love and hate
September 2, 2017
Just say hi?
June 22, 2017
Pauline Hanson and the politics of demonising difference