Disability Culture Watch

Archive for February, 2008

28 Feb

Clinton and Obama: A Follow Up

I recently posted a comparison between Clinton and Obama on disability issues - here is the link.
As always, there are complex factors to be weighed in deciding which candidate best represents our issues. In Tuesday’s debate, Obama made a statement about his regret about his vote on the Schiavo case, and today I went […]

25 Feb

Not to Be Missed: Upcoming Events in New York

Here is a listing of some New York City events that are not to be missed:

Victoria Marks at Dancespace Project - March 27-29 at 8:30 p.m.
AXIS Dance Company at Springer Concert Hall - March 28 at 8 p.m.
John Belluso’s “The Poor Itch” at The Public Theater - March 7- March 23
The next screening in The […]

25 Feb

Let Freedom Ring?

For those of you theorists out there, who may want to give George Steiner a run for his money, check out his new book, My Unwritten Books. Here are two quotes from The New York Times Book Review:
“And yet, language goes only so far; after speculating about what sex must be like for the […]

22 Feb

Obama and Clinton Meet Disability and the Arts

The Obama vs Clinton issue is in the air, and there is much that could be said. For the purposes of Disability Culture Watch, I am monitoring two issues – disability and, of course, the arts.
Based on campaign materials and the American Association of People with Disabilities Election Action Center, it appears that Barack […]

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