Inaugural Disability Matters Lecture and Discussion November 14 and 15

November 8, 2013

The University of Chicago's Organization of Students with Disabilities is pleased to announce the inaugural lecture of Disability Matters, a series for 2013-2014: "Why Disability? Or, Who Should and Should Not Inhabit the World?".

Professor Rosemarie Garland-Thomson of Emory University will lead the discussion on Thursday, November 14, at 4:30 p.m. in Classics 110. In addition to this public event, Professor Garland-Thomson will lead a luncheon discussion at noon on Friday, November 15. Due to limited space RSVP for the luncheon is required. Please email if you are interested in attending the luncheon.

ACCESS: Classics 110 is wheelchair-accessible; Real-Time Captioning & ASL Interpreting will be provided.  Please contact Margaret Fink ( with questions or to arrange additional accommodations.

These events were made possible by support from the Deputy Provost for Graduate Education (a Graduate Student Innovation award), the Division of the Humanities, the Department of English, the Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality, and Student Disability Services. 

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