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DISA 330 - Critical Disability Studies


This course provides an exploration of the field of critical disability studies. Students will learn about several central topics, including, disability rights and disability justice movements, cultural criticism of literature and popular media, and the principles of universal design in physical and digital spaces. Students will explore disability as an identity category that intersects with other identity categories such as race, gender, and sexuality. This is an interdisciplinary course designed for students from any major.

Prerequisites & Notes: ENG 101 or equivalent.
Credits: 5
Grade Mode: Letter
GUR Attributes: BCGM



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