- When: September 13, 2017
- Time: 9:45 am — 11:00 am
- Location: MacOdrum Library
- Room: 482
- Intended Audience: Anyone
- Cost: Free
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- Event Contact: Karen Tucker
Dr. Kelly Fritsch, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Women & Gender Studies Institute, University of Toronto
Disability Justice: Cripping Biocapitalism and the Future of Enhancement
In this talk Kelly Fritsch engages feminist, queer, critical race, and crip theory to examine what futures can be imagined for disabled people and disability. Situated at the juncture of ableism and the capacitation of disability through neoliberal biocapitalism and enhancement technoscience, this talk grapples with the double bind of how ableism positions disability without a future while also marking the ways in which capacitation works toward a post‐disabled world. Navigating this contested terrain, Fritsch explores disability justice and crip technoscience as social justice practices that both open up space for what disability disrupts and provide ways to desire disability and disabled futures differently.
Wednesday, September 13
9:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
482 MacOdrum Library (4th floor)
Candidate’s Presentation for New Position in Social Justice Sociology