Friday, December 8, 2:30-4:30 pm
Join us for a virtual public lecture by Dr. Ashley Shew (Virginia Tech) who will examine what we think we know about disability and its entanglement with technology drawing from her new book Against Technoableism: Rethinking who needs improvement.
Dr. Shew will be joined by Carleton discussants Dr. Fady Shanouda and MA student Adele Ruhdorfer, with discussion moderated by Dr. Kelly Fritsch.
Register to receive the zoom link at: https://carleton.ca/readi/cu-events/against-technoableism/
Captioning and ASL interpretation will be provided.
Collaborating with the Disabiltiy Justice Network of Ontario and Briarpatch Magazine, the DJCCC put together an open access 56-page Disability Justice issue featuring writing and art from disability justice activists across Canada. Inside, you’ll find an article about drug use and the criminalization of disabled life, an interview about war and debility, a roundtable on long COVID, food reviews from inside institutions, a discussion about disabled sex, reflections on the future of the movement, kids’ reviews of a childrens’ book about accessibility, and more.