Cultural Analysis and Disability

This course explores a new perspective on disability, corporeality, and subjectivity: an interdisciplinary approach traversing the intersections and overlaps between relevant social, cultural, political, artistic, ethical, and medical contexts. Our aim is to approach disability as a concept while using the analytical tools of cultural analysis, encouraging interdisciplinarity under a socially and politically responsible outlook. While the focus of the course will be academic, cross-disciplinary collaborations of artistic production, social engagement, and academic analysis are welcome.

Practical Info:
Dates: Feb 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7, 14, 21, 28
Times: 15:00-18:00

  • 7/2 – PCH 6.05
  • 14/2 – PCH 6.05
  • 28/2 – OMHP C1.23
  • 7/3 – OMHP C2.23
  • 14/3 – OMHP C1.23
  • 21/3 – OMHP C2.23
  • 28/3 – OMHP C3.23

PCH: PC Hoofthuis, Spuistraat 134, Amsterdam
OMHP: Oudemanhuispoort 4-6, Amsterdam

Please register by emailing Eloe Kingma at Be sure to specify your research master program. This is a NICA core activity. Completing this activity earns you a certificate specifying the number of EC credits at stake. You can have this certificate processed at your institution’s administrative office. You may need to acquire the permission of your program coordinator and/or board of examinations in order to participate and earn credits for this activity.