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Register Now – Hastings-National Endowment of Humanities Event in New York City

Join us on December 3 for the first in a series of public events in New York City that will explore how people with disabilities are using—or resisting—technologies to promote their own flourishing. The series is presented by The Hastings Center and supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The first event will feature Haben Girma, the first Deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School; Rachel Kolb, a writer and PhD candidate who was the first Deaf Rhodes scholar at Oxford; and Teresa Blankmeyer Burke, the first signing Deaf woman in the world to receive a PhD in philosophy. The series is organized by Erik Parens, a senior research scholar at The Hastings Center; Joel Michael Reynolds, the Rice Family Fellow in Bioethics and the Humanities at The Hastings Center; and Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, a professor at Emory University and a Hastings Center Fellow. Learn more. Register here.

(Pictured above: Alice Sheppard, in her wheelchair, rolls into a shoulder stand. Photo by Britten Traughber)


Published on: November 6, 2019
Published in: Arts & Ideas, Science and the Self

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