- Learn how a broad range of societies have treated people with disabilities over time
- Read & discuss policies, perceptions; living conditions; and roles of persons with disabilities historically, individually and collectively.
- Address ideas of impairment; politics and legislation; diversity; advocacy; and education.
- Historical perspectives will provide insight into current perceptions of disability issues.
- Skills to be developed include critical thinking, organizing, and conveying information.
Who should take this course?
Graduate students in history & all other disciplines, including art, ethnic studies, psychology, political science, interdisciplinary studies, education, public policy, communications, American studies, special education, health sciences, sociology, architecture, disability studies & social work—and whatever else fits.
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