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Online Talk, 8th February: Lucy Burke, ‘Genetic Fictions: Imagining Disabled Lives in Contemporary Debates about Prenatal Diagnosis’

Interventions in Disability Politics This year CAPPE is hosting a series of monthly online talks on disability politics. These will take place on Wednesday evenings 6pm-7.30pm. Please contact z.sutherland@brighton.ac.uk with any accessibility requirements. You can join this talk using the Zoom link… Continue Reading →

Interventions in Disability Politics Seminar Series 2022/23

This year CAPPE is hosting a series of monthly online talks on disability politics. These will take place on Wednesday evenings 6pm-7.30pm. Please contact z.sutherland@brighton.ac.uk with any general questions and/or accessibility requirements.   16th November – Luke Beesley, ‘Decades of… Continue Reading →

Interventions in Disability Politics – Wednesday 18th January 2023 – National Coalition for Latinx with Disabilities (CNLD)

This year CAPPE is hosting a series of monthly online talks on disability politics. These will take place on Wednesday evenings 6pm-7.30pm. Please contact z.sutherland@brighton.ac.uk with any accessibility requirements. You can join this month’s talk using the Zoom link below:… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers – In the Shadow of ‘Eugenic Thinking’: Legacies of Eugenics in the UK

  Call for Papers – In the Shadow of ‘Eugenic Thinking’: Legacies of Eugenics in the UK   A Joint CAPPE and CMNH one-day Symposium   3rd May, 9.30am-5.30pm, Room tbc   Online and in-person   This symposium will bring together… Continue Reading →

2 Day Event, ‘A Theory of Liberation’ with Dr Christoph Menke

Prof. Christoph Menke holds the Chair of Practical Philosophy at the Cluster of Excellence: Normative Orders and the Institute of Philosophy at the Goethe University Frankfurt/Main. The focus of his work is political philosophy, philosophy of law, morality, aesthetics, and the theory… Continue Reading →

Interventions in Disability Politics – ONLINE EVENT

You can join this month’s talk using the link below: Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89351917921?pwd=U3UwWURSUk5pUnprbXBMdkdFSE1odz09 Any problems joining the talk, or if you require any support, please email cappe@brighton.ac.uk Disabled people in the UK have been subjected to brutal, targeted attacks by government… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers: On Relationalities: Politics, Narrative, Sociality

 The theme of relationality is now centre stage in contemporary political and social thought. From relational ontology to post-foundational ethics and black feminisms, relationality has far-reaching implications for debates in politics, ethics, and aesthetics. For this symposium we invite engagements… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers: Unlivable time: Understanding and Resisting Neoliberal Temporalities

Call for Papers  Our contemporary world is paradoxical insofar as, citing Hartmut Rosa, “the more time we save, the less we have”. No matter how fast we rush from one activity to the next, regardless of the refined logistics and the myriad… Continue Reading →

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