A Federal Court judge has ordered the government to make its websites accessible to visually impaired users after a blind Toronto woman said she was unable to apply for a job online.
a play in two acts
by Heidi L. Janz
Directed by Jan Taylor
The Book of Jobes is a Biblical allegory in which the protagonist, Rachel Jobes, a woman who has Cerebral Palsy and uses a wheelchair, seeks to make sense of her life, her identity, and the infinite quirkiness of Providence,in the wake of a random attack. Continue reading
Postdoctoral Fellowships in the History of Sexuality
The Centre for the History of European Discourses at the University of Queensland (Australia) is looking for well-qualified candidates whom it can support as applicants to the University of Queensland´s Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme, which offers full-time research-only positions for a period of three years beginning in January 2012. A team of researchers within the Centre is currently working on topics in the intellectual and cultural history of sexuality. Continue reading
I know this is a bit short notice, but the Huntington’s Society of Canada is hosting their annual conference in Edmonton. Starting today (Thursday) at 7:30 pm at the Sutton Place Hotel, the conference will attempt to highlight both the current research around Huntington disease and the lived experience of those with Huntington. Continue reading