DIS ST/CHID 430 Topics in Disability Studies: History of Human Differences
Instructor: Joanne Woiak
No prerequisites; M/W 2:30-4:20; Autumn 2019
The History of Human...Read more
When: Friday, June 7, 2019, 2pm-4pm
Where: Odegaard Library, Room 220, UW Seattle
Information about the Disability Studies Program Graduation CelebrationProgram:
· 2:00 Doors Open
· 2:10 Welcome from DSP Director, Mark Harniss
· 2:15 Announce DSP...Read more
Congratulations to the 2019 winners, Ashley Cowan D'Ambrosio and Jasmair Bains and Ellie Hurlbert!
The Dennis Lang Award recognizes UW students who have a demonstrated commitment to the field of disability studies and issues of social justice for individuals with disabilities. Two...Read more
Congratulations to these UW students, staff, and faculty who were awarded 2019 Harlan Hahn Endowment Fund disability studies research grants!
Winners & projectsFaculty/staff awards: José Alaniz
Professor in the Department of Slavic Languages...Read more
Please plan to join us for the final talk of the academic year! The DS Program thanks all of our wonderful presenters & the awesome staff of the D Center for their support of these events. Friday, May 24, 12-1pm,
Mary Gates Hall 024 (the D Center)
Title: ...Read more
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This spring, the University of Washington began the process of developing a new comprehensive built environment accessibility improvement plan for each campus. This will be accomplished through phases and aspects that will be ongoing...Read more
Mark your calendars and plan to join us! All events are held in MGH 024.
Save-the-dates for these 3 Spring 2019 UW Disability Studies Brown Bag Talks
The location for all talks is Mary Gates Hall 024 (the D Center), University of Washington Seattle. Feel free to bring your...Read more
Events sponsored by the D Center and ASUW Student Disability Commissionhttp://depts.washington.edu/dcenter/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/DISABILITY-MONTH.pdf?sfns=mo...Read more
Join us for the final Winter DS Brown Bag talk! Denise Grollmus, Dept of English. Friday, March 1, 12 pm, MGH 024.
Title: “The Sacred Disease: Narratives of Addiction and the Making of the Post-Secular Self”
Date: Fri, March 1st, 12-1 pm
Location: MGH 024, UW Seattle...Read more