HIVES is excited to announce its upcoming lineup of events for Fall 2022. This research workshop reimagines the communities flowing through estuaries of disability, madness, and neurodivergence. This year, HIVES leans and limps into these ebbs and flows to contemplate the oceanic scale of disability through a tidalectic framework.
September 16 @ 1:00 PM EST. Wells Hall C607
If you plan on attending, please fill out this RSVP so that we can best prepare the space and refreshments for the event. This brief in-person discussion is a chance for workshop participants to connect around the confluence of concepts we will be discussing this year. Refreshments will be provided. Readings are available here: HIVES Readings
Conversation on Accessible Pedagogy
October 7 @ 2:00PM EST. Wells Hall C607
We will be meeting to talk accessible pedagogy, have some snacks. We will talk tips and tricks for making the classroom space as accessible as possible. Refreshments will be provided.
DISABILITY ECOLOGIES: THE ART OF LIVING ON A DISABLED PLANET
November 18 @ 12:00pm EST. Online
Presented in collaboration with the Broad Art Museum. Join us for this participatory workshop on disabled ecologies, which scholar Sunaura Taylor defines as “the webs of disability that are created spatially, temporally, and across species boundaries when ecosystems are contaminated, depleted, and profoundly altered.”