Disability and Pedagogy

Monday, March 4, 10:00 AM – Noon
7191 H.C. White Hall

A Roundtable with Allison Hobgood (Willammette University), Ruben Mota (McBurney), and Adrian Treves (Nelson Institute)

We hope this roundtable will give us an opportunity to discuss strategies and advantages of teaching with, for, and about disabilities. An essay by Allison Hobgood about her experience of teaching Shakespeare and disability in Japan in the aftermath of the Sagamihara murders will be precirculated upon request. Please contact Elizabeth Bearden to request a copy: ebearden@wisc.edu

This talk is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the Disability Studies Initiative, the McBurney Center, the Renaissance Colloquium of the English Department, and is made possible by the generous support of the Anonymous Fund. CART services will be available at the talk, and H.C. White hall has disability parking in its internal lot. If you have questions about access, please contact Elizabeth Bearden; ebearden@wisc.edu