DHA announces the 2017 Publication Award for Best Article/Book Chapter

The Disability History Association is delighted to announce that Laura Micheletti Puaca has been selected for the Publication Award for Best Article / Book Chapter. From Michael Rembis, who has chaired the committee since it was created in 2011: “Each year, the committee receives a number of excellent submissions to the DHA publication award, and each year… Continue Reading DHA announces the 2017 Publication Award for Best Article/Book Chapter

DHA Graduate Student Travel Award Winner

The Disability History Association is pleased to announce that Travis Lau, a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, has been selected for a graduate student travel award. Travis will be presenting a paper entitled “Disabling Vaccination: Autism and the Specter of Rehabilitative Futurism,” at the Disability as Spectacle Conference at the University of California,… Continue Reading DHA Graduate Student Travel Award Winner

Disability History Association Graduate Travel Scholarship

As part of our commitment to promoting the work of disability historians, the Disability History Association (DHA) is proud to announce the next round of our annual graduate student scholarship to attend professional academic conferences. This award is not restricted by the geographic location or type of professional academic conference. The fellowship committee will award… Continue Reading Disability History Association Graduate Travel Scholarship

ANN: Disability History Association Graduate Student Scholarship (Fall 2016-Spring 2017)

As part of our commitment to promoting the work of disability historians, DHA is proud to announce its annual graduate student scholarship to attend professional academic conferences. This award is not restricted by the geographic location or type of professional academic conference. The fellowship committee will award either 2 applicants $250 or one applicant $500,… Continue Reading ANN: Disability History Association Graduate Student Scholarship (Fall 2016-Spring 2017)

2015 Graduate Student Award Winners

We’re delighted to announce three winners this year for the Graduate Student Awards: Rabia Belt (doctoral candidate, U-Michigan, US), gave a paper entitled, “Ballots for Bullets: Disabled Civil War Veterans and the Right to Vote;” she also presented on a roundtable on the state of the field of disability history at the Organization of American… Continue Reading 2015 Graduate Student Award Winners