May 12-14, 2016, UW Seattle & Bothell. "Making Disability Public: Art, Scholarship, Activism"
Symposium website: https://depts.washington.edu/disstud/pacific-western-ds-symposium
May 11, 4pm, Smith 102, this talk is co-sponsored by DSP, Labor Studies, English, GWSS, Q CenterSpeaker: Anne Balay
Time: May 11, 2016, 4:00-5:30pm
Location: Smith 102
Title: Working Class Queers: Stories of Public Health, Surveillance, and Dignity...Read more
The U.S. Access Board is pleased to announce a Town Hall meeting in Seattle!
May 10, 2016 from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Husky Union Building (the HUB)
University of Washington
Room 250 (2nd floor)...Read more
Kai Kohlsdorf and Tash Hansen-Day
Kai is a PhD student in GWSS and he's worked as a TA and instructor for Disability Studies; Tash received their BA in Disability Studies and worked at the D Center. At the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference, they will present their project on "...Read more
Join the D Center and UW Bothell for these events!
We’re lucky to have these fantastic opportunities to meet Eli Clare, queer disabled writer and activist. Please read all the way thru for additional information about Eli’s events on the UW Bothell campus!
FB event for his Friday...Read more
Fridays at noon MGH 024: Apr 15 films of Riva Lehrer; May 20 Yonas Seifu; June 3 ET Russian
Spring 2016 Brown Bags
Please be fragrance free. We have requested CART captioning and ASL interpretation for all events.Friday, April 15, 12:00...Read more
Cultures of Representation includes Alaniz's essay "'Autism Function' in 'Anton's Right Here.'"Read more
Winter's final brown bag seminar! Fri, March 4, 12-1pm, in MGH 024 (the UW D Center)
Speaker: Professor Sherrie Brown, College of Education and Disability Studies Program
Title: "Juvenile Justice and Youth With Intellectual/Developmental...Read more
Please join us for these presentations by UW students!
Location: Mary Gates Hall 024 (the UW D Center)
Date: Fri Feb 26, 2016, 12-1pm
12pm, Tiffany Woelfel, Marissa Pighin, Marianna Grady, "The Intersection of Sexual Violence and Disability: Campus Experience and Policy...Read more