Telling Stories: Disability History as Our History, February 2012
- Created 9 February 2012; Published 16 April 2012Telling Stories: Disability History as Our History
Talk by Dr. Kim Nielsen, Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, History, and Women's and Gender Studies at University of Wisconsin, Green Bay. "Disability is not the story of someone else. It is our story, the story of someone we love, the story of who we are or may become, and is at the core of our history. The stories of disability history also reveal that disability is socially constructed and intersects with race, class, sexuality, and gender." Cosponsored by CEDI, Disability Services, Humanities Center, LTC, and the Chaplain's Office.