#2015SDS Archive

Welcome to the archive of all #2015SDS livetweets, spearheaded by the Student Caucus-coordinated Digital Access Facilitation Team! Below you will find the livetweets collected in Storifys of each individual session. The Storifys below are arranged in the order of their appearance on the program. Some sessions that originally appeared on the program might not appear below because they were either cancelled at the last minute or we were explicitly asked not to tweet them. Finally, please note that the links to all the Storifys below will open in new webpages. 

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Wednesday, June 10

Plenary: “Disability, Race, and the Limits of Rights-Based Discourse” #plen


Thursday, June 11

Session 1 (8:30 – 10:00 am)

1.1 The Legacy of Marta Russell (1951-2013)

http://bit.ly/1L0zM8F

1.2 Intersections – Queer Theory and Disability Studies

http://sfy.co/p0ZM0

1.3 Looking to the Future: Advocacy and Communication in Disability Studies

http://sfy.co/j0kqm

1.4 The ADA’s Legacy: Reflections Across Research, Policy, Advocacy and Practice

http://bit.ly/1E4Cp38

1.6 Disability, Rights Claims, and Medical Ethics

http://sfy.co/i0l7X

1.7 Representations of Disability in Literature

http://bit.ly/1LfSrP0

Session 2 (10:30 am – 12:00 pm)

2.1 Mad Studies: Intersections with Disability Studies, Social Work & ‘Mental Health’

http://sfy.co/q0nin

2.3 Religion and Disability: Eschatology, Eugenics, and Imagined Futures

http://sfy.co/j0kqe

2.4 New Dimensions in Literary Disability Studies

http://bit.ly/1Ce3b8h

2.5 Rights and Ethics

http://sfy.co/p0ZMG

2.6 Rights & its Dis/Contents: Perspectives on Litigation, Vulnerability, Care, & Labor #s26

http://bit.ly/1Gtk7LZ

2.7 Disability and environmental justice: Reckoning with legacies of imperialism

http://sfy.co/f0kkp

Meetings and Discussions 1 (12:15 – 1:15 pm)

M1.1 The Disability History of an Interview

http://sfy.co/h0kZY

M1.2 An Introduction to SDS: Welcome and Q&A with Conference Veterans for First-time Attendees

http://sfy.co/r0Z50

M1.3 Student Caucus Group Meeting

http://bit.ly/1JSO77Z

M1.4 Disability Studies under construction: How to plan or revise programs, curriculum, courses and assignments

http://sfy.co/g0l51

M1.5 Parsing Access: How Words, Practices, Laws, and Objects Have Configured Spatial Inclusion in the Twentieth Century

http://sfy.co/g0kZ9

M1.6 Unfinished Agenda – Black Disability Studies

http://t.co/J93bmFibHB

Session 3 (1:30 – 3:00 pm)

3.1 Art as Memory: Documenting Disabled Lives

http://bit.ly/1K2rtIN

3.2 Paul Longmore’s Telethons

http://sfy.co/r0Zb0

3.3 Rethinking Religious Histories of Madness

http://sfy.co/t0Yyz

3.4 Costuming, Re/Configuring, and Locating Disabled Bodies in Cinematic Horror and Horrifying Cinema and Television

http://bit.ly/1NdeTX5

3.5 Writing Disability – Narratives of Difference

http://sfy.co/q0ZCw

3.6 Rethinking Disability Rights Epistemologies & Policies: Transnational Perspectives

http://bit.ly/1UikTBO

Session 4 (3:30 – 5:00 pm)

4.1 Self-representation: Right(s) and Wrongs

http://sfy.co/r0Z4i

4.2 Accessible Futures: Rethinking Disability Studies and Technology

http://sfy.co/s0ZZQ

4.3 Beyond Disability Rights: Engaging the Radical Potential of Crip Art, Relationality, and History

http://sfy.co/i0l8h

4.4 Disability Identification and Social Welfare in the Era of Rights

http://bit.ly/1JSPNhA

4.5 Thinking Through Disability Carework: Sponsored by Pacific and Western Disability Studies

http://bit.ly/1FmLIdz

4.6 Philosophy of Disability: Ethics, Ableism, and Affect

http://sfy.co/f0kG7

New Book and Poster Session, 5:00 – 6:30 pm

Meetings and Discussions 2 (6:30 – 7:30 pm)

M2.3 Revisiting the Legacy of Steven J. Taylor #m23

http://bit.ly/1GfEo4r

M2.5 Digital Futures: Mapping New Methodologies for Disability Studies

http://sfy.co/r0Zz9

M2.6 Disability Studies Programs, Inclusivity, and Ableism on Campus

http://sfy.co/f0klF


Friday, June 12

Session 5 (8:30 – 10:00 am)

5.1 Making Housing Rights Public: De-institutionalization, Accessible Housing, and the Disability Rights Movement in the United States

http://sfy.co/j0ksi

5.2 ​Disability, Contemporary Art, and Performance​

http://sfy.co/h0kah

5.3 Crip Critiques of Development

http://bit.ly/1LlJMuk

5.5 Futurity and Disability in Literature

http://bit.ly/1SmOrgE

5.6. Contentious Representations: Disability Consciousness and Selective Inclusions

http://sfy.co/g0l6i

5.7 Considering the Constraints and Affordances of the IDEIA in the Face of Intersectional Oppression

http://bit.ly/1BnJ6kx

Session 6 (10:30 am – 12:00 pm)

6.1 Disability Studies and the Health Fields

http://sfy.co/s0ZX8

6.2 Critical Disability Studies in the Liberal Arts Context

http://bit.ly/1JSTlk2

6.3 Disability Rights in Work, Employment & Society

http://sfy.co/i0l6w

6.4 Disability Arts on Display: Curating and Festival Creation

http://sfy.co/q0Zcy

6.5 What does a Sensory, Sensing, and Sensual Disability Studies look like?

http://sfy.co/q0ZBG

6.6 Disability History

http://bit.ly/1JYCYAV

6.7 Excess, Access, Deviance, and Distress: Trauma as an Analytic in Disability Studies

http://sfy.co/q0ZBj

Meetings and Discussion 3 (12:15 – 1:15 pm)

M3.1 Queer Caucus Workshop: Clarifying Values for our Crip Future

http://sfy.co/h0l35

M3.2 A person-centered approach to successful community transition after catastrophic injury

http://sfy.co/g0kaA

M3.3 What is Disability Literature?

http://sfy.co/i0kBj

M3.5 Autistic Musicians, Autistic Musicking

http://sfy.co/h0l2q

M3.6 Accessing the Ivory Tower: Professionalization for Disability Studies Scholars in Academia

http://bit.ly/1J4gIHf

Session 7 (1:30 – 3:00 pm)

7.1 Audio Description: Getting it Right by Doing it “Wrong”

http://sfy.co/t0ZQv

7.2 Analyzing the Disabled Experience: Musical Representations of Disability Liberation & Personal Agency

http://sfy.co/r0ZeR

7.3 Wear/ability: Intimate Data and Technologies of the Quantified Self

http://sfy.co/p0Yu4

7.4 Queer Caucus

http://sfy.co/f0klU

7.5 Global Visions of Disability Rights

http://sfy.co/r0ZWh

7.7 Carceral Geographies of Disability

http://sfy.co/g0kZl

Session 8 (3:30 – 5:00 pm)

8.1 Intersections of Disability Studies and Medical Anthropology

http://sfy.co/f0khH

8.2 Capturing Mental Disability in Trans-Atlantic Nineteenth Century Literature

http://sfy.co/j0jtx

8.3 Disability and Education

http://sfy.co/p0ZJ8

8.4 The Ethics of Representation: How Context Matters

http://bit.ly/1KZZaeS

8.5 Disabling Research Methods: Rights and Wrong Turns

http://bit.ly/1MMuPij

8.6 Disabling the Enlightenment

http://sfy.co/g0lX2

8.7 Gender and Sexuality

http://sfy.co/q0ZcY

Meetings and Discussion 4 (5:30 – 6:30 pm)

M4.1 Neurodiversity Caucus Meeting

http://sfy.co/t0ZZC

M4.4 Issues in Digital Public History & Disability: Authority, Access, & Collaboration

http://sfy.co/h0kaI

M4.5 Let’s Get Versatile: Disability Studies Beyond the Academy

http://sfy.co/s0a14

M4.6 Grief in Disability Studies

http://t.co/SI00mAlCYc


Saturday, June 13

Session 9 (8:00 – 9:30 am)

9.1 Community-Based Scholarship: Exploring Diverse Disability Communities and their Histories

http://sfy.co/r0a0f

9.2 Keywords for Disability Studies: A Roundtable Discussion

http://bit.ly/1Lg6MuJ

9.3 Cripping Environmentalist Movements, Rhetorics, and Analyses

http://sfy.co/i0l9U

9.4 Autism Advocacy and Communication

http://sfy.co/p0ZRr

9.6 Intersections Between Disability & Transgender Identities, Histories, Studies & Activism

http://sfy.co/i0lET

9.7 Reorientiations: New Conceptual Directions in Disability Studies

http://bit.ly/1GdNyyg

Session 10 (10:00 – 11:30 am)

10.1 Ableism in Applied Fields: How Ableism Plays Out on the Ground/ in Professional Lives

http://sfy.co/j0kw7

10.2 Revisiting White Disability Studies: Honoring & Extending the Legacy of Chris Bell

http://bit.ly/1d2l6Ih

10.3 Otherwise Qualified: Professional Development for Artists with Disabilities

http://sfy.co/p0Zon

10.4 Autism, Disclosure, Identity, Relationships, Buzzwords, Stories, Ethics, Shiny Things, and Lists of All Kinds

http://sfy.co/s0Zas

10.5 Coming Out/Right : Navigating the Complex Territory of Disability Disclosure as Women and Emerging Scholars

http://bit.ly/1BhXmvH

10.6 Disability Discourse and Representation: Negotiating Self, Negotiating Identity
Power and Privilege

http://bit.ly/1Rixr8P

Lunch/Awards/Business Meeting (12:00-2:00pm)

http://bit.ly/1GgbBg3

Session 11 (3:00 – 4:30 pm) 

11.1 Chronic Pain Meets Disability Studies: New Models, New Communities, New Futures

http://goo.gl/n6NCjZ

11.2 Disability and Touch: Bodies, Communities, Ethics

http://sfy.co/r0Z3c

11.3 Disability and Kinship: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

11.4 Fat Studies and Disability Studies

http://bit.ly/1Cj3ZJ1

11.5 New Ways of Knowing: Doing Disability Studies Differently

http://bit.ly/1IpQdGw

11.6 “Beyond ‘Human rights’ and ‘the Human’: Disability, (post)human and DisHuman Studies and Intimate Citizenship”

http://sfy.co/t0Yzw

Session 12 (5:00 – 6:30 pm)

12.1 (Dis)abling Music Pedagogy

http://sfy.co/s0ZfO

12.2 Cripping History and Literature

http://sfy.co/g0kXp

12.3 Literary Genre, Rights, and Wrongs

http://sfy.co/i0ke5

12.4 New Disability Cinema

http://sfy.co/s0Z1C

12.5 Emergent Scholarship in Disability, Media, and Affect

http://sfy.co/f0kE9