ENVISIONING ACCESSIBLE FUTURES: Disability, Caregiving and Photography

March 31, 5pm: Two-day symposium featuring photographers JEAN ROBERT DANTOU and RICK GUIDOTTI; scholars FLORENCE WEBER, EVA KITTAY, SHELLEY RICE; and activist LAWRENCE CARTER-LONG exploring disability and the politics of recognition and care.
Center for Media, Culture and History

THURSDAY / MARCH 31 / 6–8:30PM
FRIDAY / APRIL 1 / 10:30-12:30PM
19 University Place, Great Room

please rsvp to: cmch.info@nyu.edu

ENVISIONING ACCESSIBLE FUTURES: Disability, Caregiving and Photography

This two-day symposium includes workshops & exhibitions featuring photographers JEAN ROBERT DANTOU and RICK GUIDOTTI; scholars FLORENCE WEBER, EVA KITTAY, SHELLEY RICE; and activist LAWRENCE CARTER-LONG exploring disability and the politics of recognition and care.

Presented by: The Center for Media, Culture and History, NYU and The Institute of French Studies, NYU Co-sponsors: NYU Anthropology, Center for the Humanities, Photography and Imaging, Global Research Initiatives, Office of the Provost, La Maison Francaise, Council for the Study of Disability, and Kimmel Galleries. TransferS (École normale supérieure – Collège de France / PSL Research University)

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