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Disability scholar Margaret Price events

Writing Program and Disability Cultural Center
April 10, 2020

For the Disability Cultural Center's Faculty Fellow events this month, Disability Studies scholar Margaret Price will be leading two online events on April 16th and 17th on Zoom from 12:00-1:30pm PST.

April 16th

Writing Program Workshop: Cultivating Communities of Access in the Classroom

12:00-1:30pm via Zoom

sign up online or email us at disabilityculture@arizona.edu

In this interactive workshop, Margaret Price discusses ways to teach that make the classroom accessible for all students.

April 17th

Reading Group

"Un/Shared Space: The Dilemma of Inclusive Architecture"

12:00-1:30pm via Zoom

sign up online or email us at disabilityculture@arizona.edu

Margaret Price will lead a reading group on her recent article "Un/Shared Space: The Dilemma of Inclusive Architecture," and will discuss new research in disability studies, focusing on cultivating communities of access.

Access Information: both events will be CART captioned and will provide digital handouts of any presentation materials.

Please share the attached flyer with friends, colleagues, co-workers etc. This event is free and open to everyone!

Thank you to all of the event co-sponsors: Disability Cultural Center, Writing Program, Disability Resource Center, Disability Studies Initiative, & the Faculty Fellows Programs

Margaret Price is an Associate Professor and Director of Disability Studies Program at OSU. Margaret Price is at work on a mixed-methods investigation, the Disabled Faculty Study, which combines survey and interview data to learn more about the experiences of disabled faculty in higher education. She is at work on a book titled Crip Spacetime, which reports findings from that study and proposes a new way of thinking about access in higher education. Price's first book, Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life (University of Michigan Press), won the Outstanding Book Award from the Conference on College Composition & Communication (CCCC).

[image description: a teal and blue flyer. "Virtual Events with Disability Studies Scholar Margaret Price". A headshot of Margaret Price is on the right side. They are wearing a turquoise cardigan and are smiling at the camera. April 16: 12:00-1:30pm Workshop with Margaret Price Cultivating Communities of Access in the Classroom. April 17: 12:00-1:30pm Reading Group with Margaret Price "Un/Shared Space: The Dilemma of Inclusive Architecture.]

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