via email from David Clinton Wills, co-managing editor of International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (IJFAB):
Readers who will be in New York on November 14 might be interested in attending this conference at Stony Brook Manhattan, which includes a section on disability studies.
Here is a link that provides added details and the free online
It will be an intellectually invigorating time, with talks from Professors Eva Feder Kittay, Jackie Leach Scully, Lisa Diedrich, Lisa Eckenweiler, Ruth Macklin, and James V. Nelson. We have a vibrant day planned with a free catered continental breakfast in the morning and a free catered reception/open bar at the close at the Black Duck.
The conference starts at 9:00 a.m. (and ends at 6 p.m.) and our all inclusive registration is free! Stony Brook Manhattan is located in the heart of Manhattan on 401 Park Ave South (between 27th and 28th streets)
Eva Feder Kittay – The Personal is Philosophical
Stony Brook University
Jackie Leach Scully – Hidden Labour: Disability and the Negotiation of Autonomy
Response by Lisa Diedrich
WOMEN AND HEALTH IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT
Lisa Eckenweiler – Caregiving in the Context of Globalization: Towards
George Mason University
Ruth Macklin – Global Gender Justice: Health Disparities in Women in
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Response by James V. Nelson