Disability Studies provides a wide variety of events and activites throughout the academic year. If you would like to post Disability Studies related events and news, please contact us .

FEATURED EVENTS

Join Us for a Discussion on Critical Race Theory and Disability Theory.  The discussion will be focused on a paper-in-progress called Critical Race/Disability Theory: An Introduction and Roadmap authored by Beth Ribet (Repair), Jyoti Nanda (Golden Gate University School of Law), and Kaaryn Gustafson (UC Irvine School of Law).

The program will also include commentary from: Juliann Anesi (UCLA), Rabia Belt (Stanford Law), and Camille Nelson (American University)

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 4-6pm
UCLA School of Law, Room 1314
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Accessible screening of the short film “FEELING THROUGH” featuring Robert Tarango and Steven Prescod.  And the making-of documentary “CONNECTING THE DOTS” Screening will be followed by a panel discussion with lead DeafBlind actor ROBERT TARANGO.  The films are all captioned. This event will be ASL translated and wheelchair accessible.  Please be aware that this is a fragrance-free event.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 7PM
James Bridges Theater at UCLA
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Save the Date: Saturday, June 27 for the 2020 Dancing Disability Lab Open Studio

UPCOMING EVENTS

Save the Date: Wednesday, March 4th for the film screening of Come as You Are

Save the Date: Thursday, March 5th for a book talk on Civilizing Disability Society by Stephen J Meyers

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YOUTUBE VIDEOS

CONGRATULATIONS Benjamin Lewis for being awarded UCLA’s Distinguished Teaching Award!
View this video of Prof. Lewis speaking about teaching at UCLA.

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