The Critical Disability Studies Students’ Association (CDSSA) is a student association for the Critical Disability Studies (CDIS) program at York University. The CDSSA exists to support disability researchers, artists, and activists.
Our aim is to create spaces where disability researchers, artists, and activists can connect, collaborate, and share knowledge.
Our Annual Conference will be held
has been postponed in solidarity with CUPE 3903
Saturday, September 26th, 2015
*Please note that this is a scent-free event*
This site is also a place where current and incoming CDIS students can learn about the students’ association, the CDIS program, and accessing resources at York.
Note: Our academic journal will soon be accepting submissions. Please see the Call for Papers and Call for Art to learn more.
*Caption: This page features a poster displaying the following text: 10th Annual CDSSA Conference, Disability & Intersectionality, Practices, Theories, and Frameworks. Saturday, September 26th, pm to 5pm, HNES Main Floor, York University. Keynote Presentation by Dr. Nirmala Erevelles. For accommodation requests, please contact email@example.com. There is an icon for ASL services and an icon indicating that this is a wheelchair accessible event. Below is a line of text that reads, “Please note that this is a scent-free event.”
The poster has a blue backdrop and features a graphic of interlocking circles. At the bottom are the following logos: the Centre for Human Rights; MA and PhD Program in Critical Disability Studies; the York Institute for Health Research; and York University.
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