Envisioning Technologies-Introductory Panel Accessible Text

Title Envisioning Technologies: An Exhibit on the History of Disability and Technology in Canada Main text Through stories of activism, ingenuity and engineering innovations, this exhibit considers how people who were blind or partially sighted reshaped broader discourses of disability, technology and access in Canada from 1860-Present. Credits Created by Carleton University‚Äôs Disability Research Group: …

CHA 2016 Poster

Below is the poster we have created to present during the Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting. It focuses on our latest creation, the virtual exhibit "Envisioning Technologies". Please use your mobile device to read the QR codes at the bottom right hand corner of the poster to get access to the online exhibit and the …

Histories of Disability Technologies

Welcome to the online home of Carleton University's Disability Research Group. Founded in 2013 by three members of the Disability Studies Committee at Carleton, we are a thoroughly interdisciplinary team from a wide range of scholarly and professional backgrounds. Our group presently includes a biomedical engineer, a defence scientist, a social worker, a librarian, an …