Every Body: A History of Disability in the United States

What factors have shaped our relationship to disability and disabled people? What other stories are there, and what others can there be?

Lecture Description

This interactive, multi-modal presentation spotlights the history disability as a concept, lived and relational experience, and a critical lens for understanding our collective past and present in the United States. Key themes, including access, normalcy, citizenship, and justice, provide entry points to reinterpret history in expansive, transformative ways.


Disability Social Movements

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