Academic Ableism and Its Alternatives. 
Jun 7 2023, 12-1pm EST. 

In this webinar, we will collaborate to address the ableist attitudes, policies, and practices that are built into higher education. We will also interrogate the minimal and temporary means we have been given to address inequities, and the cost such an approach has for disabled faculty. We will then work together to share and develop strategies and tools for a much more accessible culture, with a focus on why we need disabled people at the centre of our research ecosystem.


Presented by: Jay Dolmage

I am committed to disability rights in my scholarship, service, and teaching. My work brings together rhetoric, writing, disability studies, and critical pedagogy. My first book, entitled Disability Rhetoric, was published with Syracuse University Press in 2014. Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education was published with Michigan University Press in 2017 and is available in an open-access version online. Disabled Upon Arrival: Eugenics, Immigration, and the Construction of Race and Disability was published in 2018 with Ohio State University Press. I am the Founding Editor of the Canadian Journal of Disability Studies

Date de l'événement: 07 Jun 2023 | Ville: | Site / Liue: Online

    Billets des membres
    Academic Ableism and Its Alternatives Wed, Jun 07 12:00PM    $50.00  
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    Billets pour les non-membres
    Academic Ableism and Its Alternatives Wed, Jun 07 12:00PM    $200.00  
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