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Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics

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Disabilities studies

CAPPE Event – Riccardo Bellofiore, “What is it?” Intrinsic Value, Absolute Value, and Exploitation – 5th May 2023

In-person and online Room G4 in the Grand Parade building, 4.00 to 6.00, 5th May   Please contact z.sutherland@brighton.ac.uk with any accessibility requirements Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82936711099?pwd=R2k4TWRqNlhhT00waTJSNVBVb0RGZz09 Meeting ID: 829 3671 1099 Passcode: 148281    A key concept in Karl Marx’s critique of political… Continue Reading →

Neither Appropriated Nor Expropriated: Notes Towards an Autonomist Cripistemology of the ‘Productive Body’

10 May 2023 online Arianna Introna   In their The Productive Body François Guéry and Didier Deleule examine as central to the socialization of the labor-power contained in the biological body the mediation of what they call ‘the productive body’ (Guéry and… Continue Reading →

Identity, Work, and The Centrality of Disablement to the Reproduction of Capitalist Social Relations

29th March 2023 online Ioana Cerasella Chis This talk presents a series of arguments developed through the qualitative research project called ‘The Politics of Disablement and Precarious Work in the UK’. In the first part of the talk, I build… Continue Reading →

CAPPE Undergraduate Dissertation Prize

CAPPE is delighted to announce and introduce its new annual Undergraduate Dissertation Prize of £200, awarded to an outstanding dissertation, final project or performance, from any discipline across the University of Brighton, which speaks to our priority themes for the… Continue Reading →

Genetic Fictions: Imagining Disabled Lives in Contemporary Debates about Prenatal Diagnosis

8 February 2023 online Lucy Burke This talk will explore the complex entanglement of new reproductive technologies, genetics, health economics, rights-based discourses and ethical considerations of the value of human life with particular reference to representations of Down’s syndrome and… Continue Reading →

National Coalition for Latinx with Disabilities (CNLD)

18 January 2023 online It has been over 30 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed, but it has only been within the last decade that disabled Latinxs are becoming more visible and demanding disability justice. According… Continue Reading →

Call for papers: Radical Disability Politics: A Global Dialogue

CAPPE 18th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference 8th, 9th, 10th September Online   Over the past decade, the cumulative brutalities of various crises, austerity measures and organised abandonment through the Covid-19 pandemic, have pushed disabled people and activists in many parts of the world to re-assess… 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 →

The Reinvigorated Social Model of Disability

14  December 2022 online Ellen Clifford  Disabled people in the UK have been subjected to brutal, targeted attacks by government since 2010, largely concealed from the public through spin, lies and strategic U-turns. In 2016 the UN found the UK… Continue Reading →

Workshop | The Politics of Disability and Research Accessibility

7 February 2022 Workshop: The Politics of Disability and Research Accessibility With Luke Beesley This workshop will be run as a hybrid event, with colleagues able to ‘call in’ from home if that’s where they need to be. This workshop welcomes… Continue Reading →

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