main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave. (map)
Disability Studies is a growing field that relates to academic studies of gender, race, sexuality and class discrepancies. This Thursday, March 27th at 4PM in Gaylord Hall, join the Dean’s Office, Disability Services, and the Disability Services Student Advisory Council for a riveting talk given by CC Alum, Professor Jeffery Brune. Prof. Brune will discussing his recent work on the intersections of disability, race, gender and sexuality, and how this creates a fluidity of identity. He also brings with him expertise on the fears and stigmas attached to disability and how they negatively impact policy in the U.S.