Join us on February 6 & 7 for an international workshop “Disability: Definitions, Representation, Classification.”
Time/Location: Get the draft program here.
This workshop on Disability Issues will provide an interdisciplinary forum within which to share individual work and to begin wider conversations that explore and seek to understand this emerging field from diverse perspectives. The selection of invited presenters take up disability issues from perspectives of cultural representation, medical and psychological models of disability, social construction of disability as well as from theoretical approaches and critical perspectives that challenge deficit models of disability.
For more information, please contact Moira Ferguson ‹firstname.lastname@example.org› or Alain Beaulieu ‹email@example.com›.
Click here to get the Abstracts.pdf
Click here to get the draft version of the Program(DRAFT).pdf
The workshop is organized by Laurentian’s International Centre for Interdisciplinarity Research in the Human Sciences in partnership with:
- Faculties of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Research, Development and Creativity Office
- Centre for Humanities Research and Creativity
- Ph.D. Program in Human Studies
- Department of Philosophy
- Work-Study Program
- Accessibility Services
University of Sudbury’s Department of Philosophy
Independent Living — Sudbury Manitoulin