Candidate Duncan Speaks at Seminar on Professional Roles and Disability

Austin Duncan, a Ph.D. candidate in medical anthropology, was invited to give a talk at the Sonoran UCEDD’s Professional Roles and Responsibilities in the Disability Field seminar this past Saturday, October 26. Austin’s talk was on “Disability, Disability Anthropology, and the Social Life of TBI,” and examined how anthropological and ethnographic research with traumatic brain injury survivors can help identify the roles that informal and intimate social interactions play in their lives with their diverse impairments. See the seminar flyer here.