Sep 19, 2021  
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EN 242 - Disability in Contemporary America


Credits: 4
An exploration of disability as a complex interaction between individual bodies and minds and broader social expectations, categorizations and judgments. We will learn key vocabulary and study the history of oppression and resistance that gave birth to the American disability rights movement. Finally, we will think about what these national  issues mean on our own campus. Remembering that college students and college campuses have been major players in the struggle for disability justice, we will consider what it would mean for our campus to be broadly “accessible.”
Prerequisites:  .
Note(s): Fulfills humanities requirement; fulfills bridge experience.
N. Junkerman



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