Taking Disability “Out from Under” at Ryerson University, Ontario, Canada

Ryerson University’s School of Disability Studies and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) are holding a series of free public lectures as part of the groundbreaking exhibit: “Out from Under: Disability History and Things to Remember” that will be on display at the ROM from April 17 to July 13, 2008. “Out from Under” is a powerful exhibit that explores Canadian disability history. A display of 13 diverse objects reveals a rich and nuanced history that chronicles the struggles, alliances and setbacks that disabled peoples have faced and pays tribute to the resilience, creativity, and the civic and cultural contributions of Canadians with disabilities. The first of its kind in Canada, Out from Under was produced in collaboration with students, scholars and alumni from Ryerson University. For information, go to  http://www.rom.on.ca/exhibitions/current.php

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