HF6 Global Disability Studies


About

This working group brings together disability studies scholars working across diverse geographical regions (Europe, Asia, and the Americas) and historical periods (Early Modern, Modern, and Contemporary).

Open

Active since: 2021

  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University

Collaborative Goals

Our goals include:

1) Engaging with new directions in the field of disability studies--this may include reading recent titles in the field, inviting notable scholars to give public lectures, and hosting roundtables;

2) supporting the research and publication of working group members through mini-writing retreats and manuscript workshops;

3) Survey best practices in disability pedagogy and develop accessible teaching methodologies informed by our research and in collaboration with Cornell's Center for Teaching Innovation.

Group Organizers

Julia Chang

Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies

Cornell University

Andrew Campana

Assistant Professor of Asian Studies

Cornell University

Kathleen Long

Professor of French

Cornell University

Eunjung Kim

Associate Professor of Women’s & Gender Studies

Syracuse University