Dear colleagues, comrades, and friends,
Symposium: Hidden Legacies of Helen Keller
September 17-18, 2022 - Filson Historical Society, Louisville, Kentucky
The talks will be accompanied by highlights from the rich archives of the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB), Keller’s employer for forty years.
Hello, my name is Perri Meldon, and I work with the National Park Service on disability history initiatives.
Our summer intern is conducting research on American Deaf suffragists. She is especially interested in learning more about the Gallaudet alumnus Georgia Elliott Hasenstab.
She started her search by reviewing Dr. Joan Naturale's excellent Deaf Suffragists guide at RIT Libraries (https://infoguides.rit.edu/prf.php?account_id=43304). But our intern has struggled to track down more digitized information.
Advance professionally? Make the world a better place? Improve your advocacy skills?
The research project ‘Lived Religion and the Changing Meaning(s) of Disability from Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution’, affiliated with the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in the History of Experiences (HEX) based at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Tampere University, Finland, invites applications for the position of Postdoctoral Researcher (Early modern disability history) for a fixed term of two years.
From Community to Hospital and Back Again (online)
15 June 2022, 6-7pm
Current Journal Articles and New Books (#249/ / May 2022)
The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) invites you to submit your ideas for an opportunity to be one of six speakers at our upcoming symposium, "Irreducible Subjects: Disability and Genomics in the Past, Present and Future".