Ableism is a system of processes and practices that vary according to time, context and location that forms understandings and tactics of interaction, exclusion, comportment of self as they pertain to humanisation and corresponding hierarchicalisation of life. In this talk I will discuss the complexity of ableist relations in order to refresh the conversation by drawing upon unfamiliar, non-western knowledges to open a new space and lift the dust (aggiornamento) of thinking about human devaluation and development of social capital for minoritised groups. After the talk, participants have also the opportunity to actively engage in a discussion (Q & A session).
Prof. Dr. Fiona Kumari Campbell (Professor of Disability and Ableism Studies at the School of Education and Social Work, University of Dundee, Scotland)
The online event is divided into two sessions. The first part by Prof. Dr. Fiona Kumari Campbell as well as the following Q&A session are open to public. You can register via this link (click to open link).
The second part will be a group discussion with a limited number of participants. The main focus will be the PhD project of Lukas Gerhards. If you are interested in attending this part as well, please send an E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, providing some brief infor- mation on your background. We look forward to seeing you soon!