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Discussing autoethnographic research and cultural differences in disability studies - seminar in February

06.02.2024
We invite you to our upcoming seminar, "Exploring Autoethnographic Research and Cultural Differences in Disability Studies" (23.2.2024, 3PM CET). Monika Dubiel and Gilli Hammer will delve into the question of whether disability studies scholars must be disabled. Additionally, Milena Trojanowska and Izabela Sopalska-Rybak will offer valuable insights into living with multiple sclerosis, exploring how cultural differences influence the perception of disease and disability.
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Call for Papers: Disability Studies in Eastern Europe: Reconfigurations

05.12.2023
The Research Platform “Disability Studies in Eastern Europe: Reconfigurations” (Jagiellonian University, Kraków) invites paper submissions for a conference held on May 16-17, 2024 in Kraków.
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Monstrosity, Visuality, Disability in Alternative Comics - seminar in December

01.12.2023
We are glad to invite You to the last seminar 2023, which will be held 22nd December at 5 PM via Zoom. The lecture "Monstrosity, Visuality, Disability in Alternative Comics" will be led by José Alaniz and accompanied by the open discussion led by Monika Świerkosz.
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Open call: seminars in 2024

24.10.2023
Disability Studies in Eastern Europe: Reconfiguration research platform is designed as a platform for networking, sharing and exploring new ideas, research findings, and best practices in the field of disability studies. We are excited to invite you to co-create seminars in 2024!
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Seminar and panel discussion in November

18.10.2023
We invite you to our seminar in November (24.11.2023) which consist of two amazing events. Arseli Dokumaci, author of "Activist Affordances: How Disabled People Improvise More Livable Worlds", will lead the lecture "Activist Affordances: Disability, Shrinkage and Improvisation". Natalia Pamuła will host the discussion "Exploring Methodological Challenges in Disability Studies" participated by four panelists representing different disciplines (Marcin Stasiak, Hanna Zaremba-Kosovych, Magdalena Zdrodowska, Dilmurad Yusupov).
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