Towards Equitable Learning Spaces?
08 June 2022, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
This third talk of the 'Disability and the Cultural Sector' seminar series, 'Towards Equitable Learning Spaces? Exploring critical, creative and speculative methods for changing ableist educational practices' will be given by Dr Jos Boys.
This event is free.
Dr Rafie Cecilia
This third talk of the 'Disability and the Cultural Sector' seminar series will be given by Dr Jos Boys, who will explore critical, creative and speculative methods for changing ableist educational practices.
This seminar will take place on Zoom (https://ucl.zoom.us/j/99964278855), and there is no need to register in advance. Live Captioning for the event will be provided by Stagetext.
The UCL Institute of Advanced Studies is pleased to host this series of informal short seminars to showcase research around disability and the cultural sector.
The programme began in May 2022 with lunchtime talks of 45 minutes. This series aims to connect researchers and provide a safe space to discuss ideas and progress. Speakers include eminent scholars from UCL and other research institutions, including Dr Simon Hayhoe (University of Bath), Prof. Hannah Thompson (RHUL), Prof. Tim Adlan (UCL), Dr Jos Boys (UCL), and Prof Diane Carr (UCL).
About the Speaker
Programme Lead, MSc in Learning Environments, and Director, Learning Environments Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Centre (LEEDIC) at The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL
The DisOrdinary Architecture Project
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