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Department of English Language and Literature pres.

The University of Michigan Initiative on Disability Studies (UMInDS) welcomes:

Lauren Obermark/ Interdependent Pedagogies: Rethinking Access and Disability in Graduate Education

Interdependent Pedagogies: Rethinking Access and Disability in Graduate Education

This talk draws from a small qualitative study of graduate students, exploring their experiences in coursework and how these experiences shape their teaching. Graduate students participating in the study grapple with ableist norms and offer insight into how disability studies as both content and approach influences their personal pedagogies.

Lauren Obermark is an assistant professor of English at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where she teaches courses about rhetoric, writing, disability studies, and public memory to undergraduate and graduate students. At the heart of all her work is an ongoing investigation of how rhetoric informs 21st-century practices of civic engagement, social justice, and pedagogy. She has recently published articles on writing program administration, disability studies, and public rhetoric in/about Ferguson, Missouri.

Accessibility for Angell Hall: Accessible entrance through adjacent buildings, or the North-West corner ground-floor entrance of Angell Hall. From the North-West entrance, the elevators are down the hall on the left and right sides. The event is on the third floor in room 3222. Men’s and women’s restrooms are located on the third floor near the elevators. A gender-neutral restroom is located on the fifth floor around the corner from the elevator.

Communication access real-time translation (CART) is provided for this event.

For more information, please contact Melanie Yergeau at myergeau@umich.edu.
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