I am coordinating the rolling series of papers on Disability Studies, to present work done at Carleton. I am also helping to supervise the research on technologies of disability in Canada. the Group on Disability Studies is preparing a new program to be offered soon at Carleton. The next scheduled event is
Friday January 17 2014, 12:30 – 2:00 Roy Hanes, Carleton University, Social Work, “The Rise of the Crippled Child Saving Movement in Canada: The Case Example of the Ontario Society for Crippled Children 1920- 1940”, History Lounge, 433 Paterson Hall, in conjunction with the Friday Occasions of the Department of History.
I wrote a short review of the work done by historians of disability and the Canadian Disability Studies Association for the Bulletin of the Canadian Historical Association of May 2013.