The sixth annual
Disability and Change Symposium
Dis-Enfranchised in Higher Ed: Disability Identity, Advocacy, and Cultural Equity
About the Disability and Change Symposium
The annual Disability and Change Symposium, facilitated by the Institute on Disabilities, was first introduced in 2013.
The stated goal of the annual Symposium is "to create conversation that transcends any one-dimensional depiction of people with disabilities, and foregrounds the multidimensional lives of our speakers - as writers, educators, performers, and advocates."
The Symposium is an outcome of collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Faculty Council on Disability whose mission is "to foster collaboration across Temple University on disability-related projects including research, teaching, programming, publication, and grant-seeking. By connecting with one another, Council members help build community among the growing number of people at Temple whose work engages with disability."
The Disability and Change Symposium is a one-day, interdisciplinary conference focusing on cultural equity and disability. The event is free, accessible and open to the public. Registration is required.
Information - Location - Directions
Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Location: Temple University
Howard Gittis Student Center South
Rooms 200 A/B/C
1755 North 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Access Rooms 200 A/B/C by the main elevators in the lobby of the Student Center South.