CCDS Seminar Series:
The Voice of Disability
The last CCDS seminar series ran at Liverpool Hope University over a number of years and culminated in Changing Social Attitudes Toward Disability: Perspectives from Historical, Cultural, and Educational Studies, an edited book that we are now completing for Routledge.
Building on this success, we are hosting a new series entitled The Voice of Disability and can now confirm a number of guest speakers:
18th Dec – Cleavings: Critical Losses and Deaf Gain. Prof Michael Davidson (University of California, San Diego)
15th Jan – Creative/Critical Research: The Poem sequence ‘Phantom/Sex Ontology’. Dr Cath Nichols (University of Leeds)
12th Feb – Oneself as Another: The Problem of ‘Voice’ in Alzheimer’s Life Writing. Dr Lucy Burke (Manchester Metropolitan University)
12th Mar – Narrating Disability Inside and Outside the Clinic: Or, Beyond Empathy. Prof Tom Couser (Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York)
21st May – The Reality and Rhetoric of Pupil Voice: Exploring the Educational Journeys of Young People Labelled with Behavioural, Emotional, and Social Difficulties. Dr Marie Caslin (Liverpool Hope University)
25th Jun – Young DaDa: Evaluating Participation in the Arts. Dr Claire Penketh (Liverpool Hope University)
These Wednesday seminars will all be held at 2:15-3:45 in EDEN 109, Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom.
Admission is free and all are welcome.
For further information, please contact:
Dr. David Bolt
Senior Lecturer, Education and Disability Studies
Director, Centre for Culture & Disability Studies
Editor in Chief, Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies
Editor, Literary Disability Studies
Founder, International Network of Literary & Cultural Disability Scholars
International-Network-of- Literary-and-Cultural- Disability-Scholars/ 174137315933446
Telephone: 0151 291 3346
Office: HCA 0100
Postal address: Faculty of Education, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK, L16 9JD.
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