Disabilities as Ways of Knowing: A Series of Creative Writing Conversations — Anne Finger visits SU
Ms. Anne Finger, renowned author and longstanding disability rights activist, will be visiting the Syracuse University campus this October, to join us in celebrating Disability Awareness Month, and to inaugurate what is hoped to be an annual series of disability-themed reading and writing events.
On Tuesday, October 23rd (Noon to 1 p.m.) and Wednesday, October 24th (11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.), two intimate student luncheons with Ms. Finger will be hosted at the Sheraton. Space is extremely limited. Please RSVP to Radell Roberts at 443-4424 or email@example.com, by October 15th, and please indicate any dietary restrictions or if accommodations are required.
On October 23rd, from 5:30 to 6:30 (Winifred MacNaughton Hall, room 100, College of Law), Ms. Finger will be reading from a selection of her fiction and creative non-fiction works, followed by a dinner reception and book signing (6:30 to 7:30, same location), for all members of the S.U. community and the general public. While this event is geared specifically to raise and support awareness among undergraduates, *everyone* is welcomed to participate in this exciting set of opportunities.
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be provided during both the public presentation of Ms. Finger’s reading, and the reception/book signing. Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) will be provided during the presentation.
Public parking for the October 23rd evening events at MacNaughton Hall will be available in the Irving garage, for a small fee. Those requiring accessible parking will have use of the Q1 lot on a “space available” basis during the evening of the 23rd.
Campus Map: http://www.syr.edu/about/pdf/NorthSouthCampus2012.pdf.
If you require accommodations, or wish to have access to alternative campus map formats, please contact Radell Roberts at: 443-4424 or firstname.lastname@example.org, by October 15th. Please also contact Ms. Roberts with any questions.
These events are made possible through the Co-Curricular Departmental Initiatives program within the Division of Student Affairs, and co-sponsorship by the Disability Cultural Center, the Renée Crown University Honors Program, the Center on Human Policy, Law, and Disability Studies, the Burton Blatt Institute, the Dept. of Women’s and Gender Studies, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Slutzker Center for International Services, the Creative Writing Program, the Disability Law and Policy Program, the Disability Student Union, the Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee, the Disability Law Society, Verbal Blend, and the Nu Rho Poetic Society.
Contact Person: Diane Wiener
Disability Cultural Center