This Thursday evening there will be a free screening/discussion of "LIVES WORTH LIVING: THE GREAT FIGHT FOR DISABILITY RIGHTS" (directed by Eric Neudel). Post-film discussion will be led by Professor Lois Shepherd from our Center for Biomedical Ethics and Humanities.
Thursday, 27 February, 7:00 (food), 7:30 (film), 101 Nau Hall (South Lawn). Free parking in K-2 lot on Brandon Avenue.
This film event is a prologue to the day-long, university-wide DISABLING NORMALCY symposium on disability studies that takes place—and is open to everyone, for free—on Friday, 28 February, in the Harrison-Small Auditorium in the Special Collections building next to Alderman Library. View the flyer for more information about the symposium.