CFA Special Issue: Ableism, Disablism, Enablism

Ableism, Disablism, Enablism

Call for papers for a special journal issue with the topic Ableism, Disablism, Enablism in the open access journal Societies. This special issue aims to explore the many facets of ableism and ability-based disablism and enablism. Guest Editors: Gregor Wolbring, Anica Zeyen and Oana Branzei

CFP: The Disability Gaze (Deadline: 15 09 2021)

The Center for Material Culture Studies (CMCS) at the University of Delaware invites proposals for its third biennial conference, “The Disability Gaze: Material and Visual Approaches.” Submission Deadline: September 15, 2021

3rd Network Meeting (16-17 September 2021)

Access and Tinkering: Designing Assistive Technologies as Political Practice

With keynotes by Aimi Hamraie (Vanderbilt) and Anne Waldschmidt (Cologne), a talk by Tomas Criado (Berlin) and an interactive maker session.

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Keynote: Octavian Robinson (18.06.2021)

The Personal is Historical: Creating narratives through reciprocal processes

Octavian Robinson, Gallaudet University

18. Juni 2021, 3.00-4.30 pm CET

CFA: Medical Humanities (Deadline: 15 11 2021)

CfA: Medical Humanities in German Studies

Call for abstracts of up to 500 words for a planned edited volume on the medical humanities in German studies. Scholars from the areas of literature, history, and cultural studies - and disability studies - are encouraged to participate.

17 September 2021, 3:30-05:00pm (CEST)

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Inclusion – Accessibility – Normality: Some Remarks from a Dispositif-Analytical Perspective


Akustische Übersetzungen von Träumen und Tinnitus: Zur Verbindung von Sound und Dis/Ability Studies

Luisa Drews (Berlin) & Robert Stock (Berlin)

THE SOUND OF SOUND STUDIES. Jahrestagung der AG Auditive Medienkulturen und Sound Studies in der Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft. 8. - 10. Juli 2021. Jahrestagung 2021 der AG Auditive Medienkulturen und Sound Studies in der Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft, Lüneburg 


Vortrag beim 2. Kongress der Teilhabeforschung (Online)

Dis/Abling Video Conferences – eine video-/ ethnographische Erkundung 

Vortrag beim 2. Kongress der Teilhabeforschung, 15. – 16. September 2021 als online Kongress aus Münster.

Von Siegfried Saerberg, Tom Bieling, Beate Ochsner und Robert Stock


Assistance, Assistants and Assistive Media. Barriers and Interfaces of Digital Cultures (01-03 July 2021)

Organized by the project "Assistive Media" at Leuphana University Lüneburg.

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