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Disability as power: Zoom panel discussion

Join three respected disability scholars to explore how traits labeled “disabilities” can also be personal, social and cultural sites of challenge, strength and change. Speakers include: Dr. Kim Nielsen, Professor and Chair of Disability Studies and History, Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Toledo; Dr. Ally Day, Associate Professor of Disability Studies and History, Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Toledo; and Dr. Debanuj DasGupta, assistant professor of women’s studies at UC Santa Barbara. The event will be moderated by Dr. Ashley Biser. Live captioning and sign language interpretation will be provided.

Thursday March 3 at 7 p.m. on Zoom
Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3/JRo2ru
Registration is mandatory. A link to the program will be generated automatically after registration.

This is a complementary program to the Deaf Republic exhibition at the Ross Art Museum. See the exhibition online at: http://deafrepublic.rossartmuseum.com/exhibits/show/deaf-republic

This event will be recorded and available on the Ross Art Museum website after the event: owu.edu/ross

Ticket cost:

Free and open to the public

RSVP information:

Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3/JRo2ru
Registration is mandatory. A link to the program will be generated automatically after registration.

OWU Sponsoring Organization/Office: The Ross Art Museum; The Office of Accessibility Services; The Ohio Wesleyan Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council; and the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer.
Contact: Erin Fletcher at [email protected]

Rodney N.

The author Rodney N.