The Writing Center @ MSU and The Citizen Scholars Program present…
Writing Centers and Access: A Speaker Series.
Join us this semester for talks about access and accessibility from leading scholars in the field:
Jay Dolmage: “Ableism, Access, and Inclusion: Disability in Higher Education Before, During, and After COVID-19”
Access Jay Dolmage’s Visit to the MSU Writing Center Staff Meeting
Margaret Price: “Everyday Survival and Collective Action: What We Can Learn from Disabled Faculty about Access and Care”
Julie Minich: “Radical Health: Justice, Care, and Latinx Expressive Culture”
Stephanie Kerschbaum: “Signs of Disability in the Writing Center”
March 18, 2021, 1-2 PM EST
Christina Cedillo: “The Time of Writing: Kairos, Chronos, and Pedagogical Consultation”
April 8, 2021, 1-2 PM EST
RSVP to Christina Cedillo’s Lecture
*This series was made possible through the CAL Engaged Pedagogy and Programming Grant and through the generous sponsorship of The Citizen Scholars Program.
The Writing Center community at MSU is again outraged by persistent and ongoing racism and white supremacist violence in our country; we specifically condemn recent hate crimes committed against Asian and Asian American Women in the Atlanta area. Acknowledging a long history of violence against Asian Americans in the U.S., we stand in solidarity with our staff, clients, friends, and colleagues who identify as Asian Pacific Islander Desi Americans (APIDA) and Asian.
As MSU President Stanley has stated, “We urge everyone to do their part to combat racism and discrimination in all its forms and support one another so that we may build a campus community we are all proud of.” Recognizing enduring legacies of racism in our country and campus, we will work, individually and collectively, towards ending biases and discrimination both in word and in action.