Crip Out: Freakish Performance and the New Rogue Disability History


Location: O'Shaughnessy Hall, Room 119

Robert McRuer, professor of English, George Washington University

Robert McRuer’s work focuses on queer and crip cultural studies and critical theory. He is currently completing a book tentatively titled “Crip Time: Essays on Disability, Sexuality, and Neoliberalism,” considering locations of disability within contemporary political economies and the roles that disabled movements and representations play in countering hegemonic forms of globalization.

Sponsored by the Henkels Fund and the Disability Studies Forum