using a wheelchair in montreal:
marginalization in the city

Student Experience

2:00 - 3:00

 

Modéré par Stéphanie Chipeur et Anne-Sophie Berg, cet atelier explore des questions de marginalisation à Montréal sous l'angle du "disability". Stephanie est devenue utilisatrice d'un fauteuil roulant pendant ses études supérieures à la Faculté de droit de McGill. Nous discuterons de l'intersectionalité, le rôle des allié.es et l'approche critique en études de "disability".

Facilitated by Stephanie Chipeur and Anne-Sophie Berg, this workshop will explore questions of marginalization in Montréal through the lens of disability. Stephanie became a wheelchair user during her graduate studies at McGill’s Faculty of Law. We will discuss intersectionality, allyship and critical disability studies.

The workshop will be in English (but participation is welcome in English or French).


Stephanie Chipeur & Anne-Sophie Berg


Stephanie Chipeur is a doctoral candidate in her second year at McGill University’s Faculty of Law working under the supervision of Alana Klein. She holds a J.D. from the University of Toronto and an LL.M. from McGill University. She was called to the bar in Ontario in 2010. Stephanie is motivated by her experience with disability and using a wheelchair every day to research questions regarding how Canadian law does and does not protect disabled people from discrimination.

Anne-Sophie Berg is a graduate of the Earth and Planetary Science Department of McGill University. She has been Stephanie Chipeur’s physical attendant at McGill for the past year and a half. 

L'atelier sera en anglais, mais la participation en français sera aussi la bienvenue.

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