Thirty-minute presentations by each speaker (in the order below), followed by Q&A.
• "Crippin' Jim Crow: Re-Imagining Community in Closed Spaces," Nirmala Erevelles, Social Foundations of Education, University of Alabama
• "People of the Apokalis': Spatial Disability and the Bhopal Disaster," Jina Kim, English and Women's Studies, University of Michigan
• "Toxic Inhumanisms and Questions of Race," Mel Chen, Gender and Women's Studies, U.C. Berkeley
Part of "Integrating Disability: Cross-Sensory Translation, Bodies of Dis/Color, and Neurodiversity," a year-long collaboration between the U-M Institute for the Humanities, National Center for Institutional Diversity, and the U-M Initiative on Disability Studies.
More information at: www.lsa.umich.edu/humanties/events.
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