Touching Stories: Tactile Objects and the Making of Blind Culture Since the 19th Century

April 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm (Pacific Time)

Registration for this event has closed. If you are interested please call 1-800-BRAILLE (272-4553) to check if there are any openings.

Please join Professor David Serlin for Touching Stories: Tactile Objects and the Making of Blind Culture Since the 19th Century, a workshop. David Serlin is a Professor of Communication and Science Studies, and affiliated faculty in Critical Gender Studies and the Interdisciplinary Group in Cognitive Science, at UC San Diego. He is the author or editor of numerous books including Keywords in Disability Studies (NYU Press, 2015) and Window Shopping with Helen Keller: Architecture and Disability in Modern Culture (University of Chicago Press, forthcoming). In 2020, David was awarded the Rome Prize in Architecture from the American Academy in Rome, where he is now a Fellow (FAAR ‘21). If you have any questions, please call 858-404-5000 for more information.


Event Type: Virtual


San Diego Center

(858) 452-1111



10 attending

Unlimited spots available