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Disability intersected with gender, sexuality, class, and race as an important tool in analyzing social inequalities. We seek presentations exploring theories, experiences, and/or activism at the intersections of disability, gender, sexuality, and race to bear on analysis of poverty and growing inequalities. For example, what kind of disability perspectives are vital for religion scholars to interrogate political economic inequalities? How would intersectional approaches to social inequalities envision a new social order with an emphasis on gender and disability justice?

Co-Chairs:

Boyung Lee, blee@iliff.edu

K. Christine Pae, paec@denison.edu

Heike Peckruhn, hpeckruh@daemen.edu

David Scott, dscott@iliff.edu