Advisors in the Disability Studies Program are available for advising appointments by Zoom. Please sign up for an appointment and advisors will send you a Zoom link prior to your scheduled meeting. Advisors are available by phone and email as well (Sasha Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org/206.543.4762 or Kat Eli: email@example.com/206.221.6431).
Seema Bahl is a faculty member in the Sociology Department at Bellevue College. Seema has taught courses in the areas of gender, race, feminism, and disability. Notably, Seema designed and developed a unique course in disability studies and has taught this course at Bellevue College for several years. In addition, she has published academic articles on both mothering and culture within a disability context. As a co‐founder of the Seattle Disability Justice Collective, Seema has been involved in disability activism and disability justice in the Pacific Northwest for a number of years. She has given workshops and guest lectures at various institutions around the region. As a mother, Seema has also become interested in educational equity issues at the k‐12 level in Washington State. Seema is teaching at the UW School of Social Work this winter quarter –Contexts of Disability and Anti‐ableist Practice. (she/her)