The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) partnered with Google's Arts and Culture resources to post a pictoral history of the contemporary disability rights movement. A number of my photos from the 1977 504 sit-in are used as well as a few of my recent work exploring the disability experience.
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Jewish Theological Seminary
Reading Hebrew Academic Texts (HEB 5999D)
Dr. Nitza Krohn, Instructor (http://www.jtsa.edu/nitza-krohn)
“Reading Hebrew Academic Texts” is a skills-oriented course designed to provide M.A. and Ph.D. students with hands-on training in reading Hebrew language scholarly work in the field of Jewish Studies.
CALL FOR PAPERS
for the topical issue of Open Theology journal
Alternative Religiosities in the Soviet Union and the Communist East-Central Europe:
Formations, Resistances and Manifestations
(Appel en français à lire en bas)
Maïssa Bey: Two Decades of Creativity (1996-2016).
Call for contributions: Edited volume.
Graduate Journal of Social Science is a well-established, peer-reviewed, open access, social science journal with an international and interdisciplinary readership. The journal publishes three thematic issues a year that include academic papers, book reviews, and also photography, poetry and creative writing pieces. We encourage submissions by PhD, MPhil and MA students, and also by early career and more senior academics. Thematic issues in the recent past have included: