Free

Autonomy, Community, Destiny: Re-Imagining Disability

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Seminar Room

Radcliffe Humanities

Woodstock Road

Oxford

OX2 6GG

United Kingdom

View Map

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

The second seminar in the Disability and Curriculum Diversity series at TORCH with Liz Frood (Associate Professor of Egyptology, Oxford), Dom Hyams (Producer and Editor-in-Chief, Power100) and Dr Marie Tidball (Research Associate in Law, Oxford) .

Professor Elizabeth Frood, will speak on the way her own acquired disability has had an impact on re-framing how she does fieldwork and how this has led her to adapt the methodologies she uses as an Egyptologist. Entrepreneur, Television Presenter and Editor of Power 100, Dom Hyams will speak on the potential role of the AssistMi app and other assistive technology you work with, could have on revolutionising research, which not only makes fieldwork more accessible for disabled people but enables them as researchers to access important data which benefits academia more generally.

Booking is essential. Please register to book your seat.

This series is part of the Humanities and Identities Series.

**Eventbrite processes data (including any personal data you may submit by responding to this invitation) outside of the European Economic Area. Please submit only any personal data which you are happy to have processed in this way, and in accordance with Eventbrite's privacy policy applicable to attendees (available here). If you prefer not to use Eventbrite for responding to this invitation, you may respond directly to torch@humanities.ox.ac.uk.**

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Seminar Room

Radcliffe Humanities

Woodstock Road

Oxford

OX2 6GG

United Kingdom

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved