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652. Disability Discourses in Latin America: Academy and Activism

Saturday, 11 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., Missouri, Sheraton Chicago

Program arranged by the Discussion Group on Mexican Cultural and Literary Studies and the Division on Disability Studies

Presiding: Beth Ellen J├Ârgensen, Univ. of Rochester

Speakers: Susan Antebi, Univ. of Toronto; Jaime Brenes Reyes, Univ. of Western Ontario; Emily Hind, Univ. of Wyoming; Christopher Becker Krentz, Univ. of Virginia; Pamela Molina, Organization of American States

Session Description:

A roundtable featuring current issues and discourses in Latin American disability studies, with an emphasis on the intersection of research and activism. Speakers will highlight points of contact between academia and activism through textual analysis and insights into the lived experience of persons with disabilities and will consider disability studies in relation to Latin American societies.


Subject:

  • Latin American Literature

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