DSGSA Hosts Aimi Hamraie for Talk, "Access-Knowledge: Disability, Universal Design, and the Politics of Knowing and Making"

January 13, 2017
Aimi Hamraie

Aimi Hamraie is assistant professor of Medicine, Health, and Society and American Studies, and director of the Mapping Access Project, at Vanderbilt University. Hamraie's interdisciplinary scholarship bridges critical disability, race, and feminist studies, architectural history, and science and technology studies. Their publications include Building Access: Universal Design, Disability, and the Politics of Knowing-Making (forthcoming from the University of Minnesota Press, 2017) and articles in Design and Culture, Disability Studies Quarterly, Foucault Studies, Hypatia: journal of feminist philosophy, philoSOPHIA, Age Culture Humanities, and The Politics of Place and Space: Exclusions, Resistance, Alternatives.  

PUBLIC LECTURE: 
"Access-Knowledge: Disability, Universal Design, and the Politics of Knowing and Making"
Wednesday, October 5th | 311 Denney Hall | 4:00-6:00 pm 

GRADUATE STUDENT WORKSHOP: 
"Crip Technoscience" 
Thursday, October 6th | 311 Denney Hall | 12:30-2:00 pm
RSVP's are required for the graduate workshop by Tuesday, October 4th to Rebecca Hudgins.18@osu.edu 

The venue is wheels-accessible and can be lit by natural or florescent light. Attendees are asked not to wear fragranced products. CART is provided. To discuss access needs, contact Lauren Strand.12@osu.edu.