The Women's Studies Seminars at the Huntington Library present:So, if you're in the Los Angeles area in late February (and really, there are few better places to be that time of year, climate-wise), come out to the Huntington Library in San Marino for a morning of presentations from three great disability scholars. The event is free-to-the-public, fully accessible, and if you say you read about it here, I'll buy you a coffee. (Offer limited to the first two DS,TU readers to claim it.)
Women, Disability, and the Arts
February 25, 2006
10am-12noon (lunch to follow)
Huntington Library, San Marino CA
*Victoria Ann Lewis, Assistant Professor, Department of Theatre Arts
University of Redlands
"The Theatrical Landscape of Disability: Domestic vs. Transcendent Geographies"
*Helen Deutsch, Associate Professor, Department of English
University of California, Los Angeles
"Truth and Beauty: Women, Disability, and Literary Form"
*Catherine Cole, Associate Professor, Department of Dramatic Art and
Associate Director, Interdisciplinary Humanities Center
University of California, Santa Barbara
"Five Foot Feat: Dance, Disability, and the Art of the Ordinary"
Moderator: Penny L. Richards, Research Scholar, UCLA Center for the Study of Women
Friday, December 16, 2005
More mark-your-calendar info...
While you're filling in those fresh new 2006 calendars, mark this one down too: