NOC:Disability Studies: An Introduction


Lecture 1 - Disability Definition: An Evolving Phenomenon


Lecture 2 - Medical Model of Disability


Lecture 3 - Social Model of Disability - Part 1


Lecture 4 - Social Model of Disability - Part 2


Lecture 5 - Stigma: A Universal Phenomenon


Lecture 6 - Stigma and Disability: What can we learn?


Lecture 7 - Ableism - Part 1


Lecture 8 - Ableism - Part 2


Lecture 9 - Disability Activism


Lecture 10 - Models of Disability Activism


Lecture 11 - Dependency


Lecture 12 - Interdependence


Lecture 13 - Blindness


Lecture 14 - Blindness as metaphor


Lecture 15 - Eugenics


Lecture 16 - Disability Pride


Lecture 17 - Disability Resilience


Lecture 18 - Disability Passing: The musings of the blue Jackal


Lecture 19 - Coming out: A performance in disability inhabitation


Lecture 20 - Assistive Technology: An interview with Prof. Madhusudan Rao


Lecture 21 - Disability and Ethnography: An Interview with Prof. James Staple


Lecture 22 - Schizophrenia: A Personal Account - An interview with Reshma Valliappan


Lecture 23 - Autism and the Indian Family: An interview with Dr. Shubhangi Vaidhya


Lecture 24 - Dyslexia and the Modern University: An Interview with Prof. Tanya Titchkosky


Lecture 25 - Gender and Disability: Interviews with Prof. Anita Ghai


Lecture 26 - Gender and Disability: Interviews with Prof. Nandini Ghosh


Lecture 27 - Lennard Davis, hemachandran karah, normal, normalcy, disability studies


Lecture 28 - The Normal and its End: Part 2


Lecture 29 - Literary Disability Studies: An Interview with Dr. Shilpa Anand


Lecture 30 - What is Deaf Culture? An Interview with Dr. Michele Friedner


Lecture 31 - Disability and Life Writing


Lecture 32 - Disability and Metaphor


Lecture 33 - Conclusion