What does it mean to do genuinely intersectional research on disability, race, Indigeneity and ethnicity?
Please join us on Wednesday, Oct. 4, online as five scholars explain their current projects and discuss their intersectional topics and methods in a panel discussion hosted by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Division of Disability Studies in the School for Cultural and Social Transformation.
The panel will include:
• Maile Arvin, associate professor of History and Gender Studies and director of Pacific Islands Studies, University of Utah
• Lezlie Frye, assistant professor, Gender and Disability Studies, University of Utah
• Anna Hinton, assistant professor of Disability Studies and Black Literature & Culture, English Department, University of North Texas
• Jina B. Kim, assistant professor of English and the Study of Women & Gender, Smith College
• Julie Avril Minich, associate professor of English and Mexican American & Latina/o studies, University of Texas at Austin.
Please visit this link to register for the online discussion on Research at the Intersections: Disability, Race, Indigeneity, Ethnicity.
Note on accessibility: ASL interpretation and captions will be provided. The event will be recorded and a link to the recording will be provided at https://transform.utah.edu/disability-studies/. For accessibility questions, please contact Angela Marie Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Wednesday, October 4
Time: 4:30 p.m.- 6 p.m. (MT)
Location: Online (Zoom)