The Centre for Global Disability Studies at the University of Toronto will celebrate it's first birthday this July, 2021. In the past year, we've been so lucky to assemble a community of faculty and graduate students at UofT. We also chartered our small grants program for UofT researchers and a group of our core lab … Continue reading Follow the Centre for Global Disability Studies Online!
It's been a strange year of working remotely, but in spite of everything - Zoom fatigue, postponed projects, an enduring palpable sense of loss in the absence of informal social interactions - something new has been growing and unfolding here at University of Toronto. So, this week, I'm really happy to debut the website of … Continue reading A new disability studies research community at UofT
I am very happy to share that the University of Toronto Scarborough has funded a new initiative to create a Research Centre for Global Disability Studies. This new centre, CGDS for short, will serve as a vehicle to bring together faculty, graduate students, postdocs, and others conducting anti-ableist intersectional and interdisciplinary social science and humanities … Continue reading Announcing the Centre for Global Disability Studies – and a job opportunity
UPDATE: This project has been postponed by one year due to the pandemic, and the exhibition will now take place in Winter 2021. This January, I, along with my collaborating co-curators in the Critical Design Lab, Aimi Hamraie and Jarah Moesch, will team up with Tangled Art+Disability and the Doris McCarthy Gallery at the University … Continue reading #CripRitual is coming this winter!
This summer brings the exciting news of a big move. As I pack up my things at Yale and house hunt in Toronto, I'm very glad to say that as of June 1, I am joining the faculty at the University of Toronto Scarborough. In my new role as Assistant Professor with a cross-appointment between … Continue reading Toronto, Hello!