A reminder that the next DRF seminar will be next Tuesday 18th December 2012 2.00pm – 3.30pm.
The first half of the session will welcome Michelle Darby and Lucia Coello-Lage from our new Undergraduate DRF, before Katherine Runswick-Cole (Research Institute of Health and Social Change, Department of Psychology, Manchester Metropolitan University) will give a paper on:
Title: (Neuro)diversity: Pros and cons for (neoliberal) social policy
Abstract: This paper sets out to explore the term ‘neurodiversity’ and to examine the potential and limitations of ‘a politics of neurodiversity’ (Singer, 1999) in a neoliberal social policy context. This work in progress seeks to problematise the notions of neurodiversity and neo-liberal social policy and to explore the possibilities of a politics of dismodernity (Davis, 2003).
Venue: Room 10212 in the Arundel Building, City Campus, Sheffield Hallam University (More information on the venue can be found here).
There are still slots available in to present in 2013, so if you, or anybody you know, would like to present at a DRF seminar please do get in touch. Alternatively, let us know if there is an issue/article/book on which you’d like to facilitate discussion. Please email Jenny Slater: email@example.com