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NYU Center for Disability Studies | Joseph Grigely and Emily Watlington - Shared screen with speaker view
Faye Ginsburg
49:52
Here is a link to the issue of VoCA edited by Emily Watlingtonhttps://journal.voca.network/editors-note-issue-10/
Faye Ginsburg
49:58
https://journal.voca.network/editors-note-issue-10/
Emily Lim Rogers (she/they)
01:01:28
If people have trouble seeing the screen share, try going into View Options. If the captions are blocking, you can click and drag them wherever you need them on the screen!
Emily Lim Rogers (she/they)
01:02:16
You can click and drag the vertical bar separating the screen share and the view of participants to make the interpreters, etc. larger or smaller as per your needs.
Mara Mills
01:30:53
Yes — we post to our website a week or so after the event
Faye Ginsburg
01:32:08
You can also click on the live transcript button on the bottom of your screen and click ‘Full transcript”, the whole transcript will show up on the side of your screen.
Mara Mills
01:42:15
Reminder to audience: feel free to place any questions in the Q&A or in chat.
Emily Lim Rogers (she/they)
01:42:54
(^ We will be moving to audience q’s in a bit!)
Melissa Feldman
01:53:50
Loved your conversation! What are your thoughts about art by artists with disabilities that is not about disability? Thank you.
Leslie Frempong
01:56:07
A big hello to Emily and Joseph! This’ something I asked at the MIT Sloan Conference in February, but how do you navigate a discussion regarding disability artists making artwork regarding disability culture vs their work immediately labeled as “disability art” regardless of their artistic intentions?
Chris Nichols (he/him)
02:14:08
Thank you. This was great. Here is a direct link to Joseph’s Inventory of Apologies:
Chris Nichols (he/him)
02:14:09
https://journal.voca.network/inventory-of-apologies/
Emilia Fraley
02:14:16
Thank you all!! Wonderful webinar :)
Leslie Frempong
02:14:24
Thank you!
Pooja Rangan
02:14:24
Thank you all so much! This was so life-giving and full of learnings.