Fall 2022 Core Lab Meetings
Fall 2022 Core Lab Meetings will be held on Zoom.
Monday, September 19 from 1-3pm
Monday, October 3 from 1-3pm
Monday, October 17 from 1-3pm
Monday, October 31 from 1-3pm
Monday, November 14 from 1-3 pm
Monday, November 28 from 1-3pm
Monday, December 12 from 1-3pm
Co-Sponsored Campus Events
Wednesday, October 12th, 6-10pm
Double Book Launch! for Dramatizing Blindness: Disability Studies as Critical Creative Narrative by Devon Healey and DisAppearing: Encounters in Disability Studies edited by Tanya Titchkosky, Elaine Cagulada, and Madeline DeWelles with Efrat Gold.
In-person at the Tranzac Club 292 Brunswick Ave (near STG campus), or live-streaming by request.
Tranzac is an inclusive space with an accessible entrance, main hall, and washrooms which are also gender inclusive. Captioning, visual description, and ASL interpretation will be provided. Masks strongly recommended.
Event Flyer PDF.
Friday, October 14, 2022, 2-4pm
Disability Politics in Mexican and Transnational Context, with presentations by Benjamin Mayer-Foulkes and Beatriz Miranda-Galarza.
In-person at UofT StG Jackman Humanities Building.
Remote live captions provided. First floor, wheelchair accessible, gender neutral accessible washrooms. Access requests, please contact Susan Antebi (details in EventBrite).
RSVP via EventBrite.
Event Flyer PDF.
Biweekly meetings that cement the core of the CGDS community: join us to catch up and have a coffee, discuss an article, or share work in progress. It’s okay if you can only attend part of the meeting. Core Lab meetings are held during the UofT fall and winter term season. Core Lab meetings always have AI captioning; other access elements will be arranged upon request. New folks welcome – please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can help to welcome you to your first core lab meeting.
Note: Core Lab is currently only open to members of the U of T community (graduate students, undergraduate students by invitation, faculty, post-docs, recent alumni and researchers with a current U of T affiliation).
Our flagship event series brings together scholars, activists, and researchers to discuss timely issues that impact global disability justice. These are public-facing events, and registration information will be posted as the event approaches.