CANCELLED! Appearances of Disability: Public Seminar with Tyler Zoanni & Film Screening
We are very sorry to let you know that due to the escalating number of cancellations, as well as the increasingly stringent measures taken by a number of authorities and universities – including exit prohibitions and quarantine obligations pertaining to the corona virus - we have decided to cancel the event of 18th of March 2020.
Wednesday 18 March 3-5pm Rethinking Disability organizes in collaboration with the Dutch Coalition on Disability and Development, Leiden University College (LUC) and Disability Studies in the Netherlands an interdisciplinary, public seminar with anthropologist Tyler Zoanni: 'Appearances of Disability'.
Zoanni works from an anthropological perspective on (cognitive) disability in Uganda. After the presentation there will be a response of Alice Schippers, director and researcher Disability Studies in The Netherlands.
In the evening a public film screening The Best en Most Beautiful Things will be held (see below), that can be well combined with the seminar.
|15:10||Presentation by Tyler Zoanni:
Appearance of Disability and Christinanity in Uganda
|15:45||Response by Alice Schippers|
|16:00||Conversation with the audience|
|17:00||Drinks & Bites|
Public Film Screening 'The Best & Most beautiful Things' with Disability Film Festival (Superfest) organizer Cathy Kudlick
Program film screening
|18:30||Start film The Best & Most Beautiful Things & introduction by Jyothi Thrivikraman|
|20:15 - 20:30||Conversation with Cathy Kudlick and the audience|
About the Screening: BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL THINGS is a celebration of outcasts everywhere, following a precocious young blind woman who disappears into quirky obsessions and isolation. With humor and bold curiosity, she chases love and freedom in the most unexpected of places: a provocative fringe community.
Tyler Zoanni, postdoctoral researcher in anthropology (Ethnologie Afrikas) at the University of Bayreuth. He is currently writing a book about personhood and the lives and worlds of people with cognitive disabilities in Uganda. He also wrote the article 'Appearances of Disability and Christianity in Uganda'.
Alice Schippers, director and researcher of Disability Studies in The Netherlands.
Cathy Kudlick, Director, Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University. She is also director of the Superfest Disability Film Festival, made possible through the efforts of The Longmore Institute on Disability.
Both the seminar and the film screening will be held at:
Auditorium Leiden University College
Anna van Buerenplein 301
2595 DG The Hague
The filmscreening has Audio Description and English subtitles.
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