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Announcing NYU CDS visiting assistant research scholar Meesh Fradkin

The NYU Center for Disability Studies is pleased to welcome Meesh as our 2023 visiting assistant research scholar! Meesh Fradkin is a PhD student in Music (interdisciplinary music technology) at McGill University. Her research works across sound studies, sociology of knowledge, disability and chronic illness, and technology and is combined with use of different software

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Georgina Kleege named NYU Steinhardt 2022-2023 Scholar-in-Residence

This announcement was originally posted on NYU Steinhardt News on September 20, 2022. NYU Steinhardt is excited to announce that Georgina Kleege will serve as a Dean’s Scholar-in-Residence for the 2022-2023 academic year.  During this time, Kleege will collaborate with the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication (MCC) as well as the NYU Center for Disability

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Miyuki Tanaka holding a microphone at her mouth while looking off camera.

Announcing our Summer 2022 Visiting Scholar

The NYU Center for Disability Studies is pleased to announce our Visiting Scholar this Summer, Miyuki Tanaka. Miyuki Tanaka is an independent curator and producer. She has been working on projects that defy categorization under the theme of “disability as a perspective that redefines the world.” She produces exhibitions, performances, and various projects to rethink the way we

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Disability and the Digital

Conversations Across Sociology, Cultural Studies and Disability Studies Event Dates CO-OPTING AI: QUEER Co-opting AI: QueerAPRIL 7TH 202212-1 PM EST | 6 – 7 PM CEST | 7 – 8 PM TRT QUESTIONING SMART URBAN MOBILITY APRIL 28TH 202212-1 PM EST | 6 – 7 PM CEST | 7 – 8 PM TRT REFUSAL AND

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Proclaiming Disability Arts

New York University’s Center for Disability Studies is pleased to announce a major book and community engagement project, Proclaiming Disability Arts, directed by Simi Linton, along with Co-Principal Investigator Mara Mills. Proclaiming Disability Arts builds on this moment in Disability Arts, mapping histories and engaging its meaning, impact, and transformative potential throughout the art worlds.

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