BROWN BAG: "What Every Historian Should Know about Disability History (and What They Lose by Ignoring the Field)." Mon. Feb. 28, 12-1pm, Smith 203E
PUBLIC LECTURE: "Blind Like Me: John Howard Griffin, Disability, and the Fluidity of Identity in Modern America...Read more
Resisting Shame, Making Our Bodies Home Thursday January 27, 2011 2:30-4:30p.m. University of Washington Parrington Hall 309
Yearning Towards Carrie Buck Friday January 28, 2011 6:00-8:00p.m. University of Washington Odegaard Library 220
Disability Studies will present two brownbag discussions Winter term. These events are free and open to the public: Wed. Jan. 26th, 12:00-1:30 p.m. Friday Feb 18th, 12:00-1:30 p.m. (Savery 408)
“Invisible Disabilities and...Read more
Disability expert Sue Kroeger to visit, speak Oct.25, 26 Nationally recognized disability expert and scholar Sue Kroeger will visit the UW Oct. 25 and 26 to advise the University on best practices for addressing disability.
Kroeger is the director of the Disability...Read more
In Memoriam: 1961 - 2010 JD, Harvard Law School Henry M. Jackson Professor of Law William H. Gates HallAs Director of the Disability Studies Program at the University of Washington, Professor Miller played an integral role in the development of our courses, programming, and...Read more
An article in University Week by Nancy Wick highlights Jurg Koch's Integrated Dance Summer Intensive. "Twenty-two dancers converged on the UW Aug. 9-14, five of them in wheelchairs....the aim was to share processes whereby dance can be made more accessible to those with disabilities.
The Women Studies Department has generously lent the use of Padelford B-110-C as an office space for the DS Program. Thank you Women Studies!Read more