Hannah Anglin-Jaffe is a senior lecturer at the University of Exeter. Her main area of research is the experience of learners labelled with disabilities and special educational needs. In particular, she is interested in the intersections between language, difference and belonging as experienced by individuals who are deaf and who use sign language. She has published on her work exploring the relationship between deaf culture and inclusive education. She is pathway lead for the MA in SEN at Exeter University and supervises doctoral students in the field of inclusive education. She has also worked with deaf children in the community.