The research group 'Disability & Technology' organizes a four-week study trip to Uganda in July 2017.
Upon longstanding interaction with key stakeholders working in the field of disability in Uganda, a committee has been set up to bridge the gap between research and practice...
On August 16th the D&T research group started an intense five days retreat on Kalangala, Ssese Islands, Uganda...
Andrea Müller will teach the course 'Material culture of disability' in the coming spring semester 2015 at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Zurich.
Disability & Technologymet for a second time this year - this time the Ugandan members travelled to chilly Switzerland from 7th to 14th of December.
Yesterday, Soya Mori, a Deaf Japanese development economist and disability researcher (IDE-JERTO), presented his current research on the livelihood of PWDs in Metro Manila at the CHDC.
Disability&Technologyreceives a grant of 10'000 Swiss francs from the Global Affairs department of the University of Basel.
The Disability & Technologysummer school 2014 in Kampala started on July 7th.
Marie Schuler and Andrea Müller will teach the course 'Disability in local and global contexts' in the coming fall semester 2014 at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Zurich.
On the Dies academicus 2014 the University of Zurich granted honorary doctorates to Susan Reynolds Whyte and Penny Boyes Braem.
Our SNF r4d funded applied research project Disability and Technology in Uganda from Local and Global Perspectivesofficially starts on February 1st, 2014.
Medical Anthropology Switzerland (MAS SEG), in cooperation with the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology (ESZ)and the Ethnographic Museum of the University of Zurich (VMZ), is pleased to announce the upcoming international symposium „Enabling Disability and Processes of Learning", which will take place in Zurich on 25/26th October 2013.
Within the framework of the recently launched funding program Swiss Program for Research on Global Issues for Development (r4d)the Swiss National Science Foundationapproved the submitted research project Disability and Technology in Uganda from Local and Global Perspectives.