Podcast Episode 8 – The Best Years of Our Lives

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 8 (January 2019): The Best Years of Our Lives Professor David Gerber (University of Buffalo) discusses this classic 1946 film about servicemen readjusting to civilian life after World War II. Download mp3 file here.Download pdf transcript here. Dr. David Gerber is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 8 – The Best Years of Our Lives

Podcast Episode 7 – Disability In the Early Republic

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 7 (December 2018): Martha Ann Honeywell: Art, Performance, and Disability in the Early Republic Dr. Laurel Daen discusses her award-winning article. Download mp3 file here.Download pdf transcript here. Dr. Laurel Daen is a National Endowment for the Humanities postdoctoral fellow at the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 7 – Disability In the Early Republic

Podcast Episode 6 – Canadian Disability History

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 6 (November 2018): Canadian Disability History Dr. Nancy Hansen (University of Manitoba) discusses disability history and activism in Canada. Download mp3 file here. Download pdf transcript here. Dr. Nancy Hansen is an Associate Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Master’s Program in Disability Studies at the University of Manitoba.… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 6 – Canadian Disability History

Podcast Episode 5 – Disability in Medieval Europe

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 5 (October 2018): Disability in Medieval Europe Recent MA graduate Greg Carrier (University of Alberta) discusses his work on deafness and disability in medieval Europe. Audio is not available for this episode. Please download the pdf transcript here. Greg Carrier is a deaf-blind graduate student who is interested in… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 5 – Disability in Medieval Europe

Podcast Episode 4 – Global Histories of Disability

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 4 (September 2018): Global Histories of Disability PhD students Chao Wang (University of Chicago), Katherrine Healey (Yale University), and Elizabeth McFayden (University of Illinois at Chicago) discuss their experiences attending “Global Histories of Disability,” a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute. Audio is not available for this episode. Please download… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 4 – Global Histories of Disability