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1 Creative Commons 2024 Disability Lecture: Changing the disability narrative - from unseen to understood Oxford and Harvard alumna Beth Kume-Holland shares her personal journey from Oxford undergraduate and researcher to award-winning CEO and international disability rights advocate. Beth Kume-Holland, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter, Irene Tracey 16 May 2024
2 2023 Disability Lecture: Going beyond standards in technology and accessibility Dr Jessica Boland shares her experiences as a hard-of-hearing/deaf academic in science and technology, and her passion for improving accessibility in higher education. Jessica Boland, Tim Soutphommasane, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter 14 Jun 2023
3 2022 Disability Lecture: Hands Off - navigating unwanted touch, consent and disability Dr Amy Kavanagh delivers the 2022 Annual Disability Lecture Amy Kavanagh 23 Aug 2022
4 Creative Commons Voice Hackers R Us We’re learning about speech interfaces and hacking home assistants with nonsense and wordplay. Arianna Schuler Scott, Claudine Tinsman, Mary Bispham 28 May 2022
5 2021 Disability Lecture: The intersections of disability, science and academia Dr Hamied Haroon explores the intersections of disability, science and academia. All views expressed in the lecture are the speaker’s own. Hamied Haroon, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter, Louise Richardson, Catherine Walter 06 Jul 2021
6 2020 Disability Lecture: #WhyDisabledPeopleDropOut Dr Kate West, a neurodivergent student-turned-academic, reflects on the neurotypical University. Kate West, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter, Louise Richardson, Catherine Walter 01 Jun 2020
7 'More than the Trip' and the role of transport in social exclusion and approaches to develop guidance for the implementation of accessibility planning as an integral part of local transport planning Dr Karen Lucas, Research Fellow in Transport, Accessibility and Social Exclusion at the TSU, delivers a keynote talk at the TDSA conference 'Micro transit: What? Where? Why?' conference, 18-19 August 2011, Brisbane, Australia. Karen Lucas 25 Aug 2011
8 'More than the Trip' and the role of transport in social exclusion and approaches to develop guidance for the implementation of accessibility planning as an integral part of local transport planning Dr Karen Lucas, Research Fellow in Transport, Accessibility and Social Exclusion at the TSU, delivers a keynote talk at the TDSA conference 'Micro transit: What? Where? Why?' conference, 18-19 August 2011, Brisbane, Australia. Karen Lucas 25 Aug 2011