NWSA Panel CFP: Revisiting, Reclaiming & Re-imagining Feminist Disability Futures
Amidst a growing insistence on disability futures, this panel centers the future of feminist disability scholarship. Taking up the conference sub-theme of Revisiting, Reclaiming & Re-imagining, panelists propose new directions for feminist disability thought not by looking forward, but through a transformative turn to alternative pasts. Recent critical disability scholarship reimagines the field’s scholarly origins and objects, including Sami Schalk and Jina B. Kim’s call for feminist-of-color disability studies and the Crip Genealogies edited volume. This panel foregrounds this twinned intervention in field-narration and analytic objects--insisting that both are necessary for transformative feminist disability thought.