Staging Disability in the Early Modern World
Pablo Garcia Pinar
Pinar and Preston present their work in early modern disability studies. Garcia Pinar will present: « Juan Ruiz de Alarcón’s Las paredes oyen or the Unstageable Birth of the Crip Galán. » Preston will present: ‘ »Dystopic and Miraculous Embodiments: Performing Time and Disability in 17th-century French Ballet. » All working group members as well as scholars (faculty and graduate students) of early modern disability and related topics at member institutions are welcome.
This event is organized by the Scientific Norms and the Concept of the Normal (HS1) working group of the CNY Humanities Corridor, with support from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
More information on the Syracuse University website.