We are excited to announce the Spring Quarter schedule for the Disability Studies CAS study group. Note that we have room for another presentation or two from UChicago grad students who have not previously presented this academic year. If you are interested, please write!
APRIL 4, 4:30 pm: Raphaëlle Rabanes (Anthropology, UC Berkeley/San Francisco): “Cobbling: Negotiating care in postcolonial rehabilitation.”
Co-sponsored with the Medicine and its Objects Workshop–note date at time!
APRIL 13, noon: Stephanie Ban (History, UChicago): “‘That Noisy Mess in the East Lobby’: Physical Accessibility at Chicago-Area Universities, 1970-1990.”
MAY 4, noon: Tonie Sadler (Social Work, UChicago): “Emergency Response to People with Disabilities.”
May 18, noon: Sharon Seegers (Comparative Human Development, UChicago): “Keeping Deaf Voice in the Center: How Deaf People and Ha Noi Sign Language Interpreters Prep for Advocacy Work”
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All DSSG events are free and open to the public. Unless otherwise noted, events are hosted in Rosewald 329, which is wheelchair accessible. An overall campus map is available here, and one focused on accessible entrances and exits to Rosenwald here. We are committed to making DSSG accessible; if there are accommodations that would make our events more accessible to you, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.