Disability Studies Minor
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This minor offers a broad liberal arts approach to the study of disability. It provides students with knowledge of the historical, social, artistic, literary, legal, educational, philosophical and political framing of disability. Students develop a strong interdisciplinary foundation, with emphasis on cultural constructions of disability, and the intersections of disability, race, gender, sex, age, class and other markers of diversity and difference. Students have the opportunity to enhance this foundation by extending their learning into the community through the senior capstone internship and/or independent research requirement.
(18 semester hours)
Take the required courses, no more than two additional courses at the 100-200 level, and the capstone experience.
|DST/EDP/SOC 272||Introduction to Disability Studies||3|
|DST/EDP/SOC/WGS 375||(Dis)Ability Allies: To be or not to be? Developing Identity and Pride from Practice||3|
|EDP 489/DST 494||Disability in Global and Local Contexts||3|
|Select no more than two courses at the 100-200 level:||3-6|
|Beginning ASL I|
|Beginning ASL II|
|Disability and Literature|
|Women and (Dis)ability: Fictions and Contaminations of Identity|
|Select remaining hours at the 300-400 level:||6-9|
|American Deaf Cultures|
|Media Illusions: Creations of "The Disabled" Identity|
|Disability History in America|
|Children and Families: Ages Conception - 12|
|Sport, Power and Inequality|
|Total Credit Hours||18-24|