Sterile Bodies: Re-signifying Sexuality through Trans and Disabled Erotic Performance
Please join us for the final Disability Studies brown bag seminar of Winter quarter!
Kai Kohlsdorf, PhD student in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies will give a presentation entitled "Sterile...Read more
SAVE THE DATE! March 11, 2015 9:30-11:30 in the Mary Gates Hall Commons. All are invited to attend this DS student poster session. Students from the Disability Studies 433 course "Disability Law, Policy, and the Community" will present the results of their policy analysis assignment....Read more
Join us for a Reception and Discussion with Disability Studies Scholars Jeff Brune and Liat Ben-Moshe!When: Friday, February 27, 2015, 11:00am - 12:30pm Where: The D Center (Mary Gates Hall 024), University of Washington
Refreshments will be provided!
Come meet & greet Jeff...Read more
DIS ST / LSJ / CHID 430, GWSS 490, 5 credits, instructor Kai Kohlsdorf
Queering Disability Studies DIS ST / LSJ / CHID 430, GWSS 490 Spring 2015
Instructor: Kai Kohlsdorf...Read more
HONORS 392A “Veterans and Disability in History: Perspectives on the Role of Combat Injury in Shaping an American Social Construct”
New disability studies course in Spring 2015!
Honors 392A: Honors Interdisciplinary Study II (I&S/NW)
Course title: “Veterans...Read more
Sociology Department lecture by Gallaudet University history professor Jeff Brune and UW PhD candidate Heather Evans
Title: Fear of Fakery: Disability Stigma in the Past and Present
Who: Jeff Brune and Heather Evans
Date: Thursday, February 26th
Time: 3:30-5:00...Read more
"Disability Incarcerated" lecture, Feb 26, 6:30-8pm, HUB 250; Workshop: Building Coalitions for Movements, Feb 27, 7:00-8:30pm, Alder 107
"Disability Incarcerated" lecture by Liat Ben-Moshe, Thurs. Feb 26, 6:30-8pm, HUB 250 Please be fragrance free! (more access info below)
FREE screening of the movie "Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement" with a reception and discussion with the director Regan Brashear!Date: Friday, February 20, 2015
6:00pm Screening of the film “FIXED”
7:00pm Q&A with the director Regan...Read more
Death, Disability and the Superhero: The Silver Age and Beyond , Tues, Feb 17th at 7 pm, University Book Store. Book signing follows.
The event should run 60 minutes start-to-finish including 35-45 minute conversation/reading and audience Q&A. Book signing follows.