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Disability Studies

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Disability Studies

This is a high-level overview of the new topic of disability studies. Disability studies is a multidisciplinary field that incorporates literature, political theory, and assistive technology.

Course Plan

PLAN OF STUDY:

Week 1: Getting Started Parts 1&2 of the Social Model of Disability, Medical Model of Disability, and Disability Definition: An Evolving Phenomenon Stigma: A Universal Phenomenon, Disability and Stigma
Week 2: Key Concepts, Parts 1&2 of Ableism Disability Models, Disability Activism Interdependence, Activism, and Dependency

Week 3: Key Concepts: Blindness, the metaphor of blindness, Eugenics, Disability Pride, Disability Resilience, and Disability Passing

Week 4: Disabilities, Ideas, and Disciplines: Assistive Technology: An Interview with Prof. Madhusudan Rao, Disability and Ethnography: An Interview with Prof. Madhusudan Rao,

Week 5: Disabilities, Ideas, and Disciplines: Assistive Technology: An Interview with Prof. Madhusudan Rao, Prof. James Staple is interviewed.

Week 6: Ideas, and Disciplines Gender and Disability: An Interview with Prof Tanya Titchkosky, Dyslexia and the Modern University

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Course Content

An interview with Dr Satyendra Singh

  • An interview with Dr Shubha Ranganathan
    54:21
  • An interview with Dr Sona Kazemi
    58:47
  • Blindness as Tapas
    29:32
  • Disability and Fiction
    29:47
  • Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
    01:02:43
  • Dr Garimella Subramaniam
    01:12:01
  • Dr Sheela Lakshmi
    01:18:36
  • mod01lec01 – Disability Definition: An Evolving Phenomenon
    27:53
  • mod01lec02 – Medical Model of Disability
    25:06
  • mod01lec03 – Social Model of Disability: Part 1
    24:28
  • mod01lec04 – Social Model of Disability: Part 2
    25:01
  • mod01lec05 – Stigma: A Universal Phenomenon
    00:00
  • mod01lec06 – Stigma and Disability: What can we learn?
    24:12
  • mod02lec07 – Ableism: Part 1
    22:38
  • mod02lec08 – Ableism: Part 2
    27:35
  • mod02lec09 – Disability Activism
    28:37
  • mod02lec10 – Models of Disability Activism
    29:52
  • mod02lec11 – Dependency
    31:46
  • mod02lec12 – Interdependence
    29:53
  • mod03lec13 – Blindness
    27:26
  • mod03lec14 – Blindness as metaphor
    28:04
  • mod03lec15 – Eugenics
    28:09
  • mod03lec16 – Disability Pride
    29:04
  • mod03lec17 – Disability Resilience
    31:30
  • mod03lec18 – Disability Passing: The musings of the blue Jackal
    27:21
  • mod03lec19 – Coming out: A performance in disability inhabitation
    28:28
  • mod04lec20 – Assistive Technology: An interview with Prof. Madhusudan Rao
    59:44
  • mod04lec21 – Disability and Ethnography: An Interview with Prof. James Staple
    56:46
  • mod05lec22 – Schizophrenia: A Personal Account – An interview with Reshma Valliappan
    01:03:14
  • mod05lec23 – Autism and the Indian Family: An interview with Dr. Shubhangi Vaidhya
    59:00
  • mod06lec24 – Dyslexia and the Modern University: An Interview with Prof. Tanya Titchkosky
    56:10
  • mod06lec25 – Gender and Disability: Interviews with Prof. Anita Ghai
    43:50
  • mod06lec26 – Gender and Disability: Interviews with Prof. Nandini Ghosh
    36:49
  • mod07lec27 – The Normal and its End: An interview with Prof. Lennard Davis – Part 1
    29:11
  • mod07lec28 – The Normal and its End – Part 2
    25:47
  • mod07lec29 – Literary Disability Studies: An Interview with Dr. Shilpa Anand
    54:56
  • mod07lec30 – What is Deaf Culture? An Interview with Dr. Michele Friedner
    52:45
  • mod08lec31 – Disability and Life Writing
    27:06
  • mod08lec32 – Disability and Metaphor
    30:29
  • mod08lec33 – Conclusion
    18:33

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The best course ever. Thanks to the teacher.
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