Ep 46: Disability Studies – Disability Visibility Project

Posted March 10, 2019 by Alice Wong Podcast

Ep 46: Disability Studies

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Today’s topic is disability studies featuring a discussion with two scholars, Dr. Sami Schalk and Dr. Subini Annamma. Disability studies is an interdisciplinary field that looks at disability from multiple perspectives and approaches. Sami is the author of Bodyminds Reimagined: (Dis)ability, Race, and Gender in Black Women’s Speculative Fiction and Subini is the author of The Pedagogy of Pathologization: Dis/abled Girls of Color in the School-prison Nexus. Both Subini and Sami will talk about their experiences writing their books, the future of disability studies, and what excites them about teaching and generating knowledge as academics.

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2018-19 Ford Foundation Fellowship awarded to special education faculty member, April 12, 2018, KU News Service

Book explores how minority girls with disabilities are criminalized, form ‘ecology of resistance’ in juvenile jails, February 20, 2018, KU News Service

Book explores how disability, race intersect in pushing kids to prison, May 10, 2016, KU News Service

Disability Studies Initiative, Emory University

Imagine Otherwise: Sami Schalk on Black Women’s Speculative Fiction, July 4, [...]

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