Course Offering

Fall 2021

CDIS 23900-001 Introduction to Disability Studies: Maren Linett

HONR 39900-042 Disability, Technoscience, and Cultural Critique: Rua Williams

ANTH 21000-002 Disability, Technology and Culture: Risa Cromer

ANTH 34000-002  Global Perspectives on Health:  Kali Rubaii

ANTH 38400-001  Designing for People: Anthropological Approaches:  Sherylyn Briller

HIST 48005-001  Madness and the Asylum in the United States:  Yvonne Pitts

IE 59000-015  Assistive Technology Practice:  Bradley Duerstock

Spring 2021

ANTH 34000-001 Global Perspectives on Health: Sherylyn Briller

ANTH 34000-002 Global Perspectives on Health: Sherylyn Briller

ANTH 34000-003 Global Perspectives on Health: Kalliopi Christadoulaki (asynchronous online students only)

ENGL 43900-004 Lit in the Age of Eugenics: Maren Linett

Fall 2020

CDIS 23900
Introduction to Disability Studies
MWF, 2:30 - 3:20 pm
Maren T Linett

ENGL 41300
Lit in the Age of Eugenics
MW, 4:30 - 5:45 pm
Maren T Linett

HIST 31305
Medical Devices and Innovation
T/TH, 1:30 - 2:45 pm
Sharra Vostral

HIST 35205
Death, Disease and Medicine in Twentieth Century American History
T/TH, 9:00 - 10:15 am
Wendy Kline

ANTH 34000
Gloal Perspectives on Health
T/TH, 12:00 - 1:15 pm
Kali Rubaii

IE 59000
Assistive Technology Practice
T/TH, 12:00 - 1:15 pm
Bradley Duerstock

Minor Requirements

12 Credit Hours

Students must take

  • CDIS 239, Introduction to Disability Studies

 and choose 9 credit hours from the following list:

  • ENGL 439: Topics in Disability Studies*

  • ANTH 392: Anthropology of Disability

  • ANTH 340: Global Health

  • ANTH 592: Anthropology of Aging

  • HIST 302: Sex, Race, and Science**

  • HIST 480: History of Madness and the Asylum**

  • ASL 280: American Deaf Community: Language, Culture, and Society

  • IE 590-AT: Assistive Technology Practice

  • HIST 363: History of Medicine and Public Health

 

* May be repeated for credit if the course covers sufficiently different material. Check with the instructor or the director of Critical Disability Studies.

** This is a variable topics course. This course number will count for the CDIS minor only when it has the title listed here or sufficiently relevant content. Check with the instructor or the director of Critical Disability Studies.

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