[csaa-forum] Prof Beth Haller/'Media & Disability'/USyd/1 Apr, 1.30-5.30pm

Gerard Goggin gerard.goggin at sydney.edu.au
Tue Mar 22 09:53:45 CST 2011

ŒMedia & Disability: Future Issues and Research Agenda¹
workshop & book launch
featuring Professor Beth Haller (Towson University, USA)
author of Representing Disability in an Abeist World
Friday 1 April, 1.30pm-5.30pm
University of Sydney (New Law School Annexe, 346)

Co-convened by Professor Gerard Goggin (Sydney) and Dr Katie Ellis (Murdoch)

About the workshop: This workshop will provide a first-hand opportunity to
hear about and engage with an the work of an international leader in media
and disability research and practice, Professor Beth Haller.

Professor Haller¹s presentation on her work will be followed by a panel
discussing future issues and research agenda regarding media and disability.
The panel will include: Professor Stephen Tanner (U. of Wollongong): Daphneé
Cook (People with Disability Australia); Dr Anna Hickey-Moody (U. of
Sydney); and Wayne Hawkins (Australian Communication Consumers Action

The workshop will be followed at 5pm by the Australian launch of Professor
Haller¹s Representing Disability in an Ableist World

About the presenter: Professor Beth Haller is a pioneer in research on
disability and media. She is Professor of Journalism and New Media,
Department of Mass Communication and Communication Studies, Towson
University. For more information consult: http://pages.towson.edu/bhalle/

RSVP are essential for this workshop ‹ please email Gerard Goggin:
gerard.goggin at sydney.edu.au

The Media & Disability workshop is presented by the Department of Media and
Communications, School of Letters, Arts and Media, University of Sydney,

Gerard Goggin
Professor of Media and Communications
Department of Media and Communications
University of Sydney
e: gerard.goggin at sydney.edu.au
p:  +61 2 9114 1218
m: +61 428 66 88 24
w: http://sydney.edu.au/arts/media_communications/staff/ggoggin

Level 2, room 206
Holme Building (A09a)
Footbridge terrace entrance
University of Sydney NSW 2006

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