This year was a big year for recognition of work in diversity. Both Christine Ballengee Morris, coordinator of the American Indian Studies Program, and Amy Shuman, coordinator of the Disability Studies Program, received the University Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award!
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DISCO congratulates all of the following awardees of its student funding for the 2013/14 academic year.
Rebecca Monteleone, a Disability Studies major at OSU, has been awarded an Arts and Sciences Honors Research Scholarship for Spring 2014.
Chad Allen (Professor, Department of English and Coordinator, American Indian Studies) has co-edited a forthcoming joint edition of SAIL (Studies in American Indian Literatures) and AIQ (American Indian Quarterly), to be published by the University of Nebraska in late 2013 and distributed to bot
DISCO's Research & Creative Activity Series hosted its final installment of the 2012/13 academic year, featuring Trevon Logan (Economics) and his "Displaying Your Best Assets: The Presentation of (Sexual) Self in Male Sex Work” [with Brian Soller and Leigh Fine].
Disability Studies, with DISCO, the Department of English, and a host of other co-sponsors, hosted the Global Human Rights, Sexualities, Vulnerabilities Symposium April 12 and 13, 2013, for a crowd of almost 150 for the two-day event. Jasbir Puar delivered a Friday evening keynote, and a c