Cripping Grad School
The Disability and Mad Studies Reading Group endeavors to cultivate a social and intellectual disability community on campus for those with disabilities, developing Disability Studies scholarship, and/or interested in learning more. Anyone is welcome to participate, including community members without affiliations to McMaster.

Email Aisha and Alise at cripgrad@mcmaster.ca with any questions, or if you're interested in facilitating a future session!

Please complete this form to RSVP for upcoming gatherings (for food ordering purposes)!

Readings for the March 17 meeting (choose those that most interest you, or just show up!):
-- Travis Chi Wing Lau's blog post on "Disorientations: On Disability in Graduate School": https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2017/11/28/disorientations/
-- Ellen Samuels' article "Six Ways of Looking at Crip Time": https://dsq-sds.org/article/view/5824/4684
-- David M. Perry's news article on "How to Make Grad School More Humane": https://psmag.com/.amp/ideas/grad-school-continues-to-ignore-students-with-disabilities
-- Jennifer Mankoff's podcast on "managing an academic career with a disability & finding good ways forward": http://www.changingacademiclife.com/blog/2019/4/23/jen-mankoff
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