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Public Lecture: Aimi Hamraie, "Mapping Access: Digital Humanities, Disability Justice, and Socio-Spatial Practice"

Aimi Hamraie, "Mapping Access: Digital Humanities, Disability Justice, and Socio-Spatial Practice"

University of Michigan Initiative on Disability Studies in collaboration with, Disability Culture @ UM, and the Initiative for Inclusive Design, welcomes Aimi Hamraie. Hamraie is Assistant Professor of Medicine, Health, & Society and American Studies at Vanderbilt University, where they direct the Critical Design Lab and Mapping Access project. Hamraie is author of Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability.

For more information on the research and practice of Aimi Hamraie, especially their recent book: Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability

Digital, Conceptual, and Collaborative Projects:
Mapping Access
Critical Design Lab
Office Ecologies
Sustaining Access

 

Accessibility for Angell Hall: Accessible entrance through adjacent buildings, or the North-West corner entrance of Angell Hall. From the North-West entrance, the elevators are down the hall on the left and right sides. The event is on the third floor in room 3222.
Communication access real-time translation is provided for this event.

This event is cosponsored by Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning; the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts; and, University of Michigan Initiative on Disability Studies. For more information, please contact Robert Adams, robadams@umich.edu.

Image Description: The background image is a NASA photograph of the surface of the planet Jupiter taken from the Voyager 1 satellite [1979-03-05]. A gaseous, fluid, swirling, atmosphere with colors ranging from black, purple, red and gray. This image has been manipulated from the original. Accessed October 10, 2018. https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap110502.html

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