IN/VISIBLE WOUNDS: Representation and Disability
Part of the IN/VISIBLE WOUNDS speaker series by the Forum for Scholars and Publics to accompany THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER exhibit by David Jay at the Fredric Jameson Gallery, November 7-17, 2017.
More information: veterans.dukefsp.org
Join us for a public discussion on representations and narratives of disability with Duke scholars, practitioners, and advocates Jennifer Hawkins (Medicine, Philosophy), John Moses (Medicine, Center for Documentary Studies), Cuquis Robledo (Rooted in Rights, Duke Disability Alliance), and Marion L. Quirici (Thompson Writing Program). The discussion will be moderated by Ashley L. Elrod (History).
Learn more about the speakers here: https://sites.duke.edu/veteransconference2017/2017/10/18/representation-disability/
Friday, November 10, 2017
1 pm - 2 pm
Fredric Jameson Gallery
Friedl Building, First Floor
Duke's East Campus Quad
Map, Directions & Accessibility Info: https://sites.duke.edu/veteransconference2017/directions-parking/