Margaret Price

Fostering Collective Accountability in Academe: What We Can Learn from Disabled Faculty about Access and Care
Date
Nov 2, 2022, 5:00 pm6:15 pm
Location
Speaker
Sponsor
Graduate Student Government
Audience
Free and open to the public
Event Description

Margaret Price is co-founder and lead PI of the Transformative Access Project at The Ohio State University, which “re-imagines access as a collective process that centers race, ethnicity, disability, class, gender, and sexuality.” Her award-winning research focuses on sharing concrete strategies and starting necessary dialogues about creating a culture of care and a sense of shared accountability in academic spaces. She is at work on a book about access in university culture, which is under contract with Duke University Press, and her most recent publication is “Time Harms: Disabled Faculty Navigate the Accommodations Loop,” published in South Atlantic Quarterly in Spring 2021. During Spring 2022, she was in residence at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, on a Fulbright Grant to study universal design and collective access. For more information, visit her website at http://margaretprice.wordpress.com.