Disability

First-Year Seminar Program 093

Usual Description

This seminar examines conceptual and historical models of disability, studying how, by whom, and under what circumstances any given definition of disability emerges. Natural science, social science, and the humanities all have different ways of understanding disability. We will analyze these approaches, paying close attention to authorship and agency. How do stories of disability change when people with disabilities hold the pen, the paintbrush, the microphone, or the senate floor?

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
First-Year Seminar Program 093 Taught by Elizabeth Hamilton
First-Year Seminar Program 093 Taught by Elizabeth Hamilton
First-Year Seminar Program 093 Taught by Elizabeth Hamilton
First-Year Seminar Program 093 Taught by Elizabeth Hamilton