Updated conference information for Composing Disability: Crip Politics and the Crisis of Culture will be provided in early 2018.  Attendees and presenters are invited to consult this page at that time.

For now, please consider the information on this page only for historical purposes.

Venue: Jack Morton Auditorium is located at 805 21st Street NW (corner of H Street NW and 21st Street NW), on the Foggy Bottom campus of The George Washington University. It is a just few blocks from the GWU-Foggy Bottom Metro stop.

Registration: This event is free and open to the public, but we require registration.

Wifi: Free wireless access will be provided for all guests. On how to access the wifi network, see these instructions.

Participants are invited to tweet during the day’s events using the hashtags #CripQueer and #ComposeDis. We will draw upon questions and comments tweeted from the live audience (or from elsewhere) during the Q&A sessions and roundtable.

Jack Morton Auditorium is accessible for wheelchair users, with two ramps at the corner of H St NW and 21st Street NW. Live ASL translation will be provided during all presentations, Q&A periods, and the concluding roundtable.