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Disability Studies at Syracuse University

Disability Studies at Syracuse University builds on the pioneering work in the School of Education in the area of disability. Our programs are designed to help students examine disability as a...
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Disability Studies Trailblazer Susan Schweik in Residence March 19-30

The Syracuse University Humanities Center will host a visit by renowned disability studies scholar Susan Schweik. Known for her innovative work at the intersection of disability studies, literature, feminist theory...
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Disability Studies Minor

The minor in Disability Studies is designed to help students understand disability from social, cultural, and political perspectives. This interdisciplinary program in the Department of Cultural Foundations of Education explores...
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School of Education mourns passing of Steven J. Taylor, Centennial Professor of Disability Studies and Director of the Center on Human Policy

Steven J. Taylor, Ph.D. died at his home in South Onondaga on November 8, 2014. Steve is survived by his wife Betsy Edinger, son Jeff, and daughter Lea. He also...
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School of Education Disability Studies Program Co-sponsors “Imagining Disability in Film”

On Sunday, October 12, the School of Education will continue its tradition of collaborating the Syracuse International Film Festival by presenting “Imaging Disability in Film,” and “Imagining Disability in Film:...
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SOE’s Disability Studies Program featured in the New York Times

Syracuse University’s Disability Studies program, as well as faculty member, Dr. Steven J. Taylor and doctoral student, April Coughlin, were featured in a New York Times article about the evolution...
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Disability Studies, C.A.S.

The C.A.S. program in Disability Studies is internationally recognized and provides students a foundation to examine disability as a social, cultural, and political phenomenon. This program in the Department of...
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Meet Our Students

Meet some of our students in the Cultural Foundations of Education and Disability Studies master’s, certificate, and doctoral programs! Our students have wide and varied academic interests such as the...
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Kim’s New Book Considers Transnational Disability Theory

by Rob Eslin, College of Arts & Sciences Transnational feminist disability studies is the focus of a groundbreaking, new book by a Syracuse University professor. Eunjung Kim, dually appointed to...
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Graduate Orientation – Cultural Foundations of Education/Disability Studies

The department of Cultural Foundations of Education will hold an orientation for all new students in their Cultural Foundations of Education and Disability Studies programs.
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