SPOTLIGHT ANNOUNCEMENT: FEATURED IN THE GLOBE AND MAIL
AIM Lab Member, Nicholas Goberdhan, has been interviewed and featured in "The Globe and Mail" for an article on Young Carers in Canada.
AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT: Programme Engagement from the Fonds de recherche du Québec
AIM Lab director Arseli Dokumaci and Lab Member Emery Vanderburgh have been awarded a citizen-science project grant through the Programme Engagement from the Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRQ) for their project: “Dismantling societal stigma around disability: How can plant mutations allow us to reimagine disability as a valuable form of biodiversity?” “Dismantling societal stigma […]
AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT: CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS RESEARCH AND CREATION GRANTS
AIM Lab member, Emery Vanderburgh, has been awarded two Canada Council for the Arts Research and Creation Grants!
SPOTLIGHT ANNOUNCEMENT: FEATURED IN @CANADIANLIT
AIM Lab Member, Amy Mazowita, has been featured in "Canadian Literature" for her article on comics, social media, and mental health!
AIM Member Prakash Moderates Film Discussion
Prakash will be moderating the post-screening Q&A of I DIDN’T SEE YOU THERE! with the director on Monday, Mar. 13th at 7pm.
AIM Lab director Arseli Dokumaci published an article in Film Quarterly, as part of its "Dossier: The New Disability Media"(Edited by Faye Ginsburg, B. Ruby Rich, and Lawrence Carter-Long)
AIM member Dresda Mendez receives an award
AIM Lab steering committee member Dresda Mendez has recently been awarded for her outstanding doctoral dissertation in the Vice-Rectorate for Equality, Inclusion and Sustainability at the University of Granada!
AIM Lab director Arseli Dokumaci's book "Activist Affordances: How disabled people improve more habitable worlds" is coming out with Duke University Press in April 2023.
AIM member Dresda Mendez will be conducting a workshop in Mexico
Dresda Mendez will be conducting a community workshop in Mexico titled: “This world called my back: Tracing stories of pain, narrating their resistance"