About the Editors
Is an Associate Professor of Disability Studies at the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities. She is also adjunct faculty in Gender and Women’s Studies.
Is an Lecturer in Anthropology at Northern Arizona University.
Alison Quaggin Harkin:
Is an temporary assistant lecture of Disability Studies, Gender and Women's Studies, and English at the University of Wyoming.
Disabilities as Specializations University of Utah Health Equity & Inclusion (Sep. 08, 2017) I Video I
Dr. Leila Monaghan teaches linguistic and cultural anthropology at Northern Arizona University. Her research interests are broad and include the history of Deaf communities, the impact of HIV/AIDS, the narrative construction of disability, and the role of Native women in the Plains Indian Wars. Co-edited books include Many Ways to be Deaf, and Barriers and Belonging: Personal Narratives of Disability. She visited the University of Utah on September 8th to give a talk titled "Disabilities and Specializations."
Journal Articles by Michelle Jarman
Jarman, M. (2006). Exploring the World of the Different in Leslie Marmon Silko's "Almanac of the Dead". MELUS, 31(3), 147-168. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/30029655
Jarman, M. (2013). Entanglements of disability, ethnicity, and relations: Orienting toward belonging in george estreich's the shape of the eye. The Journal of American Culture, 36(3), 194-205. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.lib.utah.edu/docview/1852709058?accountid=14677
Jarman, M. (2012). Cultural Consumption and Rejection of Precious Jones: Pushing Disability into the Discussion of Sapphire's Push and Lee Daniels's Precious. Feminist Formations 24(2), 163-185. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Retrieved September 14, 2017, from Project MUSE database.
Journal Articles by Leila Frances Monaghan
Carmel, S., & Monaghan, L. (1991). Studying Deaf Culture: An Introduction to Ethnographic Work in Deaf Communities. Sign Language Studies, 73(1), 411-420. Retrieved from https://muse.jhu.edu/article/507028/pdf.
Monaghan, L. (1991). The Founding of Two Deaf Churches: The Interplay of Deaf & Christian Identities. Sign Language Studies, 73(1), 431-452. Retrieved from https://muse.jhu.edu/article/507030/pdf
|DATE||LOCATION||CHAPTERS||RSVP - LIGHT LUNCH|
|Sep. 14, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part I 1 2 3|
|Sep. 21, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part I 4 5 6 & 7||RSVP|
|Sep. 28, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part II 1 2 3||RSVP|
|Oct. 5, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part II 4 5 6||RSVP|
|Oct. 12, 2017||NO SESSION||NO SESSION||NO SESSION|
|Oct. 19, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part III 1 2 3||RSVP|
|Oct. 26, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part III 4 5 6||RSVP|
|Nov. 2, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part IV 1 2 3||RSVP|
|Nov. 9, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part IV 4 5 6||RSVP|
|Nov. 16, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part V 1 2 3||RSVP|
|Nov. 23, 2017||NO SESSION||NO SESSION||NO SESSION|
|Nov. 30, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part V 4 5 6||RSVP|
|Dec. 7, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part VI 1 2 3||RSVP|
|Dec. 14, 2017||Garden Level Bays 1 & 2||Part VI 4 5 6||RSVP|