I offer lectures, seminars and classes on disability, race, and dance. I enjoy visiting classrooms by SKYPE and in person, and I love configuring my online work for classroom situations.
In sharing information as a teacher, I encourage participants to share their own expertise and experience. When we all bring what we know to the learning environment, the learning comes from and goes to a different, deeper place.
I am also frequently in front of a microphone, either as a keynote speaker or a panelist, which is a good thing because I have a lot to say that could otherwise go unsaid.
Recent speaking engagements have included:
- Emory University
- University of Alberta
- Whitney Museum of American Art
- The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation
- Queens Museum
Here is a brief excerpt from “Embodied Virtuosity,” a talk that considers beauty, disability culture, extreme physicality, and the dancing disabled body given at Emory University.