Discover on this page Baker Library resources by—or about—individuals with disabilities and business. 

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Baker and Harvard Libraries have a variety of diverse titles. The inclusion of these works in our collections is closely tied to principles of equity, inclusion, belonging, and anti-racism.


Four book covers from Harvard Library's collection with a subject of disability


Use this interactive visualization of Baker and Harvard Library materials to browse select resources. Click on a book cover to request—or learn more about—the item via the library catalog, HOLLIS.


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Employers are increasingly finding fresh ideas and insights by recruiting workers with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other cognitive disabilities. Gary Pisano and Robert Austin discuss their case study, “SAP SE: Autism at Work.”

Zak Pym Williams, son of comedian and actor Robin Williams, had seen how mental health challenges, such as addiction and depression, had affected past generations of his family. Williams was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a young adult and he wanted to break the cycle for his children.

The city of Wenzhou in southeastern China is home to the country’s largest privately owned mental health hospital group, the Wenzhou Kangning Hospital Co, Ltd. It’s an example of the extraordinary entrepreneurship happening in China’s healthcare space. But after its successful initial public offering (IPO), how will the hospital grow in the future?


Expand the sections below to see other resources, events, or research happening at Harvard and beyond.


  • Harvard University
  • Disability Access Office

    The Disability Access Office (DAO) partners with FAS students with visible and invisible disabilities to identify barriers and implement plans for access.

    University Disability Resources

    This office provides leadership to University efforts to ensure an accessible, inclusive welcoming learning and working environment for individuals with disabilities while complying with federal and state regulations.

    The Accessible World

    History of accessibility, tips on making your site accessible, and other resources.