Posts tagged "disability"

CfP: Game Accessibility Montreal

International Bilingual Conference (Montreal, August 17-18, 2023)

This space for dialogue and networking between academia, industry, and community will promote the sharing of knowledge and the creation of partnerships between all those concerned with accessibility issues, including those for whom such realities are part of everyday life.


DisAbility und Gender History.

Der Workshop widmet sich den Schnittstellen von DisAbility, History und Geschlechtergeschichte und nimmt dabei eine intersektionale Perspektive auf Behinderung und Geschlecht ein.


CFA Deadline: 15.04.2021

Disability and Video Games: Practices of En-/Disabling Modes of Digital Gaming 

Editors: Beate Ochsner & Markus Spöhrer (University of Konstanz, Germany)

Deadline for Abstracts: 15.04.2021 (300 words)Deadline for papers: 15.09.2021

Please submit your abstracts: markus.spoehrer [at]



New Publication "Access and tinkering: designing assistive technologies as political practice–A discussion with Zeynep Karagöz, Thomas Miebach and Daniel Wessolek"

by Tom Bieling, Melike Şahinol, Robert Stock, Anna–Lena Wiechern in Journal of Enabling Technologies. 

Publication date: 30 August 2022 

4th Network Meeting (12-14 May 2022)

Media and the Senses

The fourth network meeting is dedicated to the spaces of experience that emerge from the interplay of practices, senses and media (cf. Alper 2018; Hammer 2015; Schillmeier 2010). The interest lies on the aesthetic, artistic and philosophical potentials of dis-/ability in particular, departing from an exploration of blindness in both historic and contemporary practices.

Flyer for the 4th Network Meeting: Media and the Senses. Grey background with black geometrical form. Text in Black. QR Code and Logos from HU Berlin, University Vienna, HKB, Universität Konstanz and DFG.

CfP: Media and disability

Media and disability

Explore the topic of media and disability in it's multiple configurations, accounting for social, material, theoretical, aesthetical, experiential, historical, political and institutional perspectives.

Online Lecture: Disability, Personhood and Vulnerability (16 December 2021)

Talk by Jonathan Mitchell, University College Dublin (Imagining Technologies for Disability Futures)

NNGBH Seminar Series, 16 December 2021, 12 noon (BST), 13.00 (CET)

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