Proposal Title

Infusing Disability Discourses in Higher Education: A Social Justice Issue

Author Type

Faculty

Location

U-Hall 3-101

Start Date

24-3-2017 9:00 AM

End Date

24-3-2017 9:50 AM

Presentation Type

Panel

Abstract

This presentation offers a variety of locations in which Lesley University students and alumni examine inequities at the intersections of marginalized identities focusing on disability. The panelists describe their work involving ethnographic interviewing of and portraiture research about culturally and linguistically diverse families, universally designed lesson planning about disability rights in K–12 curriculum, and collaborative teaching about disability studies at the intersection of ableism and other discriminatory practices.

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Mar 24th, 9:00 AM Mar 24th, 9:50 AM

Infusing Disability Discourses in Higher Education: A Social Justice Issue

U-Hall 3-101

This presentation offers a variety of locations in which Lesley University students and alumni examine inequities at the intersections of marginalized identities focusing on disability. The panelists describe their work involving ethnographic interviewing of and portraiture research about culturally and linguistically diverse families, universally designed lesson planning about disability rights in K–12 curriculum, and collaborative teaching about disability studies at the intersection of ableism and other discriminatory practices.