Afterward: Celebration, Eulogy, or Pride in Disability Scholarship and Community?

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2009
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Anderson, David
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University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies
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At the commencement of the Unruly Salon Series, Dr. Catherine Frazee asked us to remember that the “Unruly Salon ordains and inducts each of us to pay attention, to make connections, to respond – in short to contribute to the opening and unfolding of this cultural space” [sic]. Specifically, Dr. Frazee called on us to do the “work of excavation, weaving and coming to pride.” With these frameworks in mind, I will consider the impact and possible futures (or not) for the Unruly Salon from my perspective as a disabled student.
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unruly salon, disability studies
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Anderson, D. (2009). Afterward: Celebration, Eulogy, or Pride in Disability Scholarship and Community?. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 5(1).
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