Disability Studies faculty work with ODS and other partners in the Nisonger Center’s TOPS program, promoting options for empowering youth with disabilities and helping them transition into self-determined adults … [more…] Disability Studies Undergraduate Student Wins Fullbright Scholarship Disability Studies Prof. Brenda Brueggemann curated <<Constructing James Castle>> at the OSU Urban Arts Space and co-lead discussion at the opening, focusing on disability and identity in the context of an artist deemed illiterate and uneducable [more...] Photo of the cover of  Lucky Dogs, Lost Hats, and Dating Don’ts: Hi-Lo Stories about Real Life Disability Studies logo Annual Corbett Lecture: Margaret Price: "The Problem of Bodymind and the Possibilities of Pain"

Disability Studies at OSU examines the nature, meaning, and consequences of disability in global culture from an integrated social, political, and cultural model.

 
 

OSU has offered an undergraduate minor in Disability Studies since 2003; it is now one of the highest-enrolling interdisciplinary minors at the University. It began offering a Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization (GIS) in Disability Studies in 2006.

OSU Disability Studies also sponsors many events and collaborates extensively as a member of the Diversity & Identity Studies Collective at OSU (DISCO).  Read more about the structure of the program in About Us.

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