VIBRANT CURRICULUM

The Disability Studies minor has rapidly emerged as one of UCLA’s most vibrant interdisciplinary curricular innovations. Our faculty conduct research and teach in the following interdisciplinary fields: communications, dance, economics, education, film and television, health sciences, history, linguistics, literature, musicology,political science, psychiatry, social welfare, technology and urban planning.

FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Victoria Marks, (Chair)  World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Salih Can Aciksoz Anthropology
Bruce Baker, Ph.D.  Psychology
Anurima Banerji, Ph.D.  World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Helen Deutsch, Ph.D.  English
Rachel Lee English and Gender Studies
Mary O’Connor, Ph.D.  Psychiatry & Bio-behavioral Sciences

AFFILIATED FACULTY

Emily Abel Public Health (Emeritus)
Juliann T. Anesi Gender Studies
A.E. (Ted) Benjamin Social Welfare (Emeritus)
Carole Browner Anthropology; Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences (Emeritus)
Susan Curtiss Linguistics (Emeritus)
Linda Demer David Geffen School of Medicine and Bioengineering
Gary Galbraith Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences (Emeritus)
Sally Gibbons Honors Programs
David Gere World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Marjorie Goodwin Anthropology & Applied Linguistics
Isla Hansen World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Richard Jackson Environmental Health Sciences
Jonathan Kao Electrical and Computer Engineering
Connie Kasari Education
Raymond Knapp Musicology
Alice Kuo Pediatrics
Andrew Leuchter Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Benjamin J. Lewis Linguistics & American Sign Language
Christine Littleton Gender Studies & Law (Emeritus)
Lauri Mattenson Writing Programs
Lauren McCarthy Design and Media Arts
Uri McMillan English
Felicity Nussbaum English
Christina Palmer Psychiatry & Bio-behavioral Science
Susan Plann Applied Linguistics
Jan Reiff History
David Rodes English
Sherrilyn Roush Philosophy
Bonnie Taub Community Health Sciences
Stefan Timmermans Sociology
Alexander Tymchuk Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences
Jeffrey Wood Education
Allan Wu Neurology

IN MEMORIAM

Professor Paul Longmore: 1947-2010
Professor Paul Longmore: 1947-2010
…a friend to Disability Studies at UCLA