Dance Faculty Concerty, January 22-20, 2014 Meany Studio Theatre Wednesday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, Sunday @ 2 pm
You will be delighted when you join us as we perform brand new choreography by our outstanding faculty! Exploring the themes of perception and perspective, our faculty members have...Read more
Protecting the Rights of People With Disabilities Internationally: Is the U.S. For It or Against It? Th May 16, 5:00-8:00pm, William Gates Hall 138 (UW Law School).
The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) is an international human rights treaty which aims to...Read more
Thur May 16; Fri May 31; Fri May 7. All talks will be held 12-1:15pm in Savery 408. Join us on these dates for Disability Studies brownbag discussions.
The Spirit Catches You , from a DS perspective - Discussion of chapter 3, and organization for a DS reading group. Led by Anne...Read more
The D Center presents: Crossroads of Disability and Deafness in Higher Education. Tues. May 14, 6:00-7:30pm, UW Bagley Hall 131. FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/206556999491272/?fref=ts . From lived experience to...Read more
The UW Disability Studies Program is pleased to offer three scholarly awards: Dennis Lang Award for UW undergraduate and graduate students (up to $500) Harlan Hahn Student Scholarship for UW undergraduate and graduate students ($500 - $5000) Harlan Hahn Research Award for UW faculty and staff ($...Read more
The Disability and Deaf Cultural Center (D Center) grand opening celebration will be on Friday, April 5, 4:30-7:30pm! We are located in Mary Gates Hall room 024, on the UW Seattle campus. All are invited!
The grand opening will be an informal gathering where everyone will get to meet...Read more
Kylee-Anne Hingston, "'As Seeing’s Believing': Illustration, Focalization and Disability in Victorian Children's Literature." Fri. Feb. 22, 12-1:15 pm, Savery 408.
Abstract: This presentation combines formal narrative analysis with the lens of disability studies to expose what Victorian...Read more
Friday, January 11, 2013 Savery Hall Room 408, 12:00-1:15pm "Ashley X Comes of Age: Alternatives to Socio-Sexual Restructuring" Stephen Rosenbaum, Visiting Senior Lecturer, UW School of Law Approximately six years ago, Ashley X’s story became front page news. Surgery had been performed on the...Read more
Please join us for two brownbag discussions this Fall quarter:
1. “Wellness for Few: What the Disability Rights Perspective Offers About the Limitations of Wellness Neoliberalism” Friday Oct. 26
2. “‘Prison/Psychiatric State’: Coalition Politics and Opposition to Institutional...Read more