Crip Technoscience: Unsettling Access

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Technoscience Salon and Research Unit says
At the intersection of bodies, places, and technologies, this salon asks how can we “crip” feminist technoscience so as to highlight the many ways disability shapes our practices? Taking up universal design, accessibility audits, and access mapping projects as starting points, Aimi Hamraie and Barbara Gibson invite us to creatively explore how crip technoscience engages a multiplicity of bodily forms and modes of mobility, unsettling our ways of making and knowing access.

Speakers :: Aimi Hamraie (Medicine, Health & Society, Vanderbilt University) & Barbara Gibson (Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto)

Stirrers :: Kelly Fritsch (Women & Gender Studies, University of Toronto) & Tanya Titchkosky (OISE, University of Toronto)

Chair :: Michelle Murphy

Our venue is wheelchair accessible and there are accessible and gender neutral washrooms.
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By: Technoscience Salon and Research Unit