If you are interested in participating in a Summer reading group focused on engaging anti-ableist activism and scholarship, let us know in the form below. The reading schedule below is subject to change, as your input and suggestions will inform the readings we engage with.
It is suggested that we read each text before each discussion (Zoom, chat, Twitter) but it is not required. You do not have to read the full text to participate in our discussion and reading group.
|Monday, June 1, 2020||Making Do With What You Don’t Have: Disabled Black Motherhood in Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents||Anna Hinton|
|Monday, June 15, 2020||What Does It Mean to Move?: Race, Disability, and Critical Embodiment Pedagogy||Christina V. Cedillo||Open-Access via Composition Forum|
|Monday, June 29, 2020||Disability Critical Race Theory: Exploring the Intersectional Lineage, Emergence, and Potential Futures of DisCrit in Education||Subini Ancy Annamma, Beth A. Ferri, David J. Connor|
|Monday, July 13, 2020||When We Are Apart We Are Not Alone: A Conversation with Fred Moten and Stefano Harney||Zach Ngin, Sara Van Horn, and Alex Westfall||Online Access|
|Monday, July 27, 2020||Special Issue of African American Review, edited by Therí A. Pickens||Volume 50, Number 2, Summer 2017||Click here to access the special issue for free via Project Muse. Pick at least one (1) article from the issue to read.|