This mini-conference will showcase some of the most innovative geographical research on disability. The presenters have all made significant contributions to the development of a spatial and contextual interpretation of disability, now being widely adopted in disability studies. The event will reflect on the latest theoretical and methodological approaches to studying disability, and the implications for policy and practice.
When: Weds 16th October, 1.15-4.30pm
Where: Dalhousie 3G05 Lecture Theatre 2 (just off the main foyer)
Tea/coffee will be provided.
Dr. Louise Holt, Loughborough University
Dr. Jayne Sellick, Durham University
Dr. Ed Hall, University of Dundee
Dr. Rob Wilton, McMaster University, Canada (by Skype) (tbc)
People interest in attending please contact Dr Edward Hall E.C.Hall @dundee.ac.uk