We are looking to hire two graduate students to TA the Intro Disability Studies course this fall. The deadline to apply is August 29th.
Winter Book Club, Feb 21
Friday, Feb 21, 1:00-2:30pm, in Miller 112A. Book: Don't Call Me Inspirational: A Disabled Feminist Talks Back – by Harilyn Rousso.
Join us for the Disability Studies Program Quarterly Book Club! Harilyn Rousso's memoir speaks to the her experience as a disability activist, feminist, psychotherapist, and painter. The book is available in hard copy, kindle and paperback. There is one copy available to read in the D Center (024 Mary Gates Hall). There are a few discounted copies available to students who participate in the book club. Please contact Joanne Woiak (email@example.com).
Our discussion prepares us for the Disability Studies Program Book Event - a reading by the author, Harilyn Rousso onThursday 2/27, 6-7:30, Odegaard 220.
Please email Anne Crylen (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or requested accommodations including CART provider and/or sign language interpreter for the book club.