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"Blind Like Me: John Griffin, Disability, and the Fluidity of Identity in Modern America": a public lecture by Dr. Jeffrey Brune (Gallaudet University)

Location

Gaylord Hall
main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave. (map)

Description

Lecture
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.
"Blind Like Me: John Griffin, Disability, and the Fluidity of Identity in Modern America": a public lecture by Dr. Jeffrey Brune (Gallaudet University)
Dr. Jeffrey Brune (Gallaudet University), CC '96
  • Open to Public: Yes
  • Admission Fee: Free
  • Sponsored By: The Dean’s Office, Disability Services, and the Disability Services Student Advisory Council
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