Disability, Pedagogy, and Video Art
What is it about?
This article reflects critically on the potential of visual art exhibitions (in this case video art) to "crip" the museum and the university.
Why is it important?
By bringing together queer, Indigenous, and disability studies work, the article draws out their distinctive and combined insights for rethinking museology and the university.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Sarah Brophy
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