It is with great excitement and pride that I share the list of scheduled ableism events.
As part of my work for Social Research & Practice and Education Ltd., I offer workshops, consultations, training sessions and presentations relating to research practices and pedagogies, specifically working with physical and material representations, metaphors and creative methods. To celebrate the publication of my two edited books, I am speaking about Ableism in Academia at a range of events. Each event focuses on a specific aspect of the books’ contents. I am privileged to be discussing experiences, practices, policies with esteemed colleagues and experts in their fields.
Lived Experiences of Ableism in Academia: Strategies for Inclusion in Higher Education is available for purchase from Policy Press.
To register for one of the events, or to watch the recordings, please click on the relevant link for each event:
5th November 2020: Centre for Global Higher Education: Seminar 165: Ableism in Academia: Theorising Experiences of Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses in Higher Education – Book Symposium with Prof Gregor Wolbring, Dr Nicole Brown, Dr Kirstein Rummery and Dr Jennifer Leigh discussing ableism and disabilities.
25th November 2020: University of Birmingham: Disability Post-Lockdown: What’s changed? with Dr Nicole Brown discussing experiences before and after Covid19 Lockdown. Recording available at Disability post-lockdown.
1st December 2020: UCL Institute of Advanced Studies: IAS Book Launch – Ableism in Academia with Prof Jay Dolmage, Dr Nicole Brown, Dr Jennifer Leigh and Dr Francesca Peruzzo discussing ableism and barriers to entry
3rd December 2020: University of Kent: Ableism in Academia – book launch with Prof Georgina Randsley de Moura, Dr Neil Harrison, Dr Nicole Brown, Dr Jennifer Leigh, Dr Amanda Bates, Dr El Spaeth and Prof Fiona Kumari Campbell discussing policy and practice and the lived experience of ableism
8th December 2020: King’s College London: Ableism in Academia with Dr John Darker, Dr Nicole Brown, Dr Carla Finesilver and Dr Jennifer Leigh discussing invisible disabilities and interdisciplinary approaches to ableism
11th December 2020: Society for Research into Higher Education: Ableism in Academia with Prof Dilly Fung, Dr Nicole Brown, Elisabeth Griffiths, Dr Jennifer Leigh and Dr El Spaeth discussing equality, diversity and inclusion in higher education
18th January 2021: Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Universität für künstlerische und industrielle Gestaltung Linz and DISTA (Disability Network Austria): Diversität im Hochschulkontext with Dr Nicole Brown discussing disabilities and careers in academia. This event was held in German and the recording can be accessed at Ableismus in Academia: Trotz Fleiß kein Preis?
25th February 2021: Technische Universität Wien and Universität Wien: Diversität im Hochschulkontext with Dr Nicole Brown discussing equality, diversity and inclusion in higher education. This event was held in German and the recording can be accessed at Zu krank und/oder behindert für die Universität.
Social Research & Practice and Education Ltd. currently offers the following workshops:
- Using creative methods to collect data in social research
- Analysing data collected from creative methods in social research
- Reflexivity in qualitative research
- How to make the most of your research journal
- Introduction to Embodied Inquiry.
If you are interested in future events or workshops, please, get in touch: