"Simon Hayhoe (born UK, 1969) wrote the monographs, Grounded Theory and Disability Studies on the application of grounded theory in his study of blindness, Arts, Culture and Blindness on social and cultural factors affecting the arts education of blind adults and school children, and God, Money and Politics, the first book on the history of English education for the blind, since Illingworth's History of the Education of the Blind in 1910. These and previous works on this topic has been cited in papers from subjects as diverse as perceptual psychology to human geography.
Hayhoe's work on the history and the epistemology of blindness is the subject of Course PSYC54 Cognition and Representation at the University of Toronto (Canada),. In addition, his writing has been the topic of discussion on BBC Radio 4 in the UK and syndicated radio in the USA and a theatrical installation project in London by Extant and the Open University."
Blind people understanding art in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (research)
Print by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC Fellow
Fulbright All Disciplines Scholars Award
Birmingham University, UK