Date: next meeting 5-7pm, 4 February 2019
Location: King’s College London, Bush House (SE) 6.03
Disability+Intersectionality is a fortnightly reading group based at King’s College London which meets to discuss key texts in critical disability studies, situating them within the broader context of the humanities and social sciences. Each session will focus on a theme and explore how disability intersects with categories such as gender, race, sexuality, and class.
The organisers (Christina Lee and Savannah Whaley, the Department of English, King’s College London) warmly invite scholars across disciplines. Everyone is welcome, there is no need to book. It would be great to see you even if you have not had a chance to complete the readings.
The group are holding five meetings this semester on the following dates:
Disability + Intersectionality – 21st January
Disability + Culture – 4th February
Disability + Borders – 25th February
Disability + Resistance – 11th March
Disability + Performance – 25th March
Access The building is fully accessible with lifts and accessible gender-neutral bathrooms. Please see map and access information on AccessAble https://www.accessable.co.uk/venues/central-block.
If you have additional access requirements, or if you would like someone to meet you at the entrance, please let the organisers know by email.
Alternatively, if you are unable to attend in person, but would still like to participate via Skype, please send in your Skype ID in advance.
For further information, copies of the readings, or to join the mailing list, please email email@example.com.