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Why Prisons Are Not The New Asylums - Lecture by Dr. Liat Ben-Moshe

Without disregarding the reality of having dis-proportioned numbers of people with disabilities (psychiatric, cognitive, learning disabilities) in jails and prisons, Dr. Ben-Moshe will caution against declarations that jails are becoming the largest mental health facilities in the U.S. She will offer a more nuanced explanation that incorporates perspectives from critical prison studies with disability studies/mad studies frameworks to shed new light on processes of incarceration and deinstitutionalization at present and in the past.

Dr. Liat Ben-Moshe is an Associate Professor of Disability Studies at the University of Toledo. She is an activist/scholar who has worked and published on such topics as deinstitutionalization and incarceration; prison abolition; disability, anti-capitalism and queerness; inclusive pedagogy; disability in Israel/Palestine and representations of disability.

Accommodations for disabilities may be made by contacting 541.737.8560 or buenon@oregonstate.edu by Oct. 8

Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 4:00pm to 6:00pm


Strand Agriculture Hall, 262
170 SW Waldo Place, Corvallis, OR 97331

Event Type

Lecture or Presentation, Civic Engagement

Event Topic

Academic, Diversity/Equity/Inclusion

Audience

Community, Faculty and Staff, Student, Graduate, Undergraduate

County

Benton

Organization
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
Contact Name

Natalia Bueno

Contact Email

buenon@oregonstate.edu

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