We’re happy to announce the roundtable lineup for the Disability and Pedagogy Brown Bag Workshop on Thursday, 3/22 at 12 p.m.: Mariette Bates (Distinguised Lecturer and Academic Director, CUNY School of Professional Studies Disability Studies program), Katherine DeLorenzo (Adjunct Lecturer in Women’s and Gender Studies, Hunter College), Chris Foss (Associate Professor of English, University of Mary Washington), Beth A. Haller (Professor of Journalism/New Media, Towson University), Mara Mills (Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University), Julia Miele Rodas (Assistant Professor of English, Bronx Community College), and Emily B. Stanback (Doctoral Candidate in English, CUNY Graduate Center).
Andrew Lucchesi will moderate the roundtable event, which will feature the above faculty members and graduate student teachers sharing their experiences of teaching disability studies and their experiences of disability in the college classroom. The ensuing discussion will focus on strategies for effectively integrating disability and disability studies into syllabi and into the classroom.
Optional material will be distributed to registered workshop participants ahead of time, and on the registration site you may also purchase lunch to be delivered before the start of the workshop: http://opencuny.org/esaconference2012/registration-brown-bag-seminars/.
For more information about the event, please visit the Workshops / Seminars page.