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Encore Papers & Presentations
May 5, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm | Namaste Lounge, College 9
This crip-friendly event is an opportunity to learn about what your UCSC colleagues are doing in their Disability Studies work. Presenters will present works-in-progress, or re-deliver papers they have given in professional venues (such as conferences, workshops, etc.). Attendees are invited to actively and passively participate, and speakers will provide notes, a script, and/or links to slides for access. The event is presented by the Humanities Institute’s Disability Studies Cluster.
Autism Life Writing
Caitlin Flaws, Literature
Autoethnography, Undone: Towards a Crip Critique of Ethnographic Realism
Megan Moodie, Anthropology
Beyond UDL: Improving Accessibility through Asynchronous Activities
Dr. Brenda Sanfilippo, Writing Program
The Mortification of Harvey Leach
Dr. Michael Chemers, Performance, Play & Design
Toward an Access Manifesto for the Food Limited
Dr. Amy Vidali, Writing Program
What Might a History Course on Disabilities in East Asia Look Like?
Dr. Noriko Aso, History
NOTE: This is a scent-free event. If you need a specific accommodation for this event (including professional captioning and/or ASL interpreting), please contact Amy Vidali at firstname.lastname@example.org with what you need. (Disclosing why you need this accommodation is not required.)