Webinar Series: Veterans, Disability, and the Power of Literature - Part 3 of 3: Conversation with the Poets: Veterans and Disability

Mark your Calendars!

This is the third webinar in a three-part series - Veterans, Disability, and the Power of Literature

Wednesday – September 26, 2018 
Part 3: Conversation with the Poets: Veterans and Disability
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Eastern)

Description

In a unique three-part webinar experience -Veterans, Disability, and the Power of Literature - join authors Steve Kuusisto and Doug Anderson as they discuss veterans, disability, and the critical role creative writing has played in the difficult re-adjustment to civilian life.

The three webinars in this series:

  • Part 1: History of Literature: Veterans and Disability
    Archive available after August 29.
  • Part 2: How Veterans with Disabilities Use Literature to Build Community
    Archive available after September 12.
  • Part 3: Conversation with the Poets: Veterans and Disability
    September 26 from 2:00 - 3:30 pm [Eastern]

The themes in this series include the transformation of beliefs of war from the ancient glorification of battle in works like the Iliad to the raw realism of Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried and Doug Anderson’s memoir Keep Your Head Down: The Sixties, and a Journey of Self-Discovery.

NOTE: The themes discussed in this webinar series contain descriptions of war that some listeners may find unsettling.  Listener discretion is advised.

Education Credit: Certificate of Completion

**If for all three webinars, registered and verified attendance live or archive.

Registration

There is no charge for these webinars, but registration is required.

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Webinar Platform

During the webinar, real-time captioning will be available within the webinar platform. At the end of the webinar, you will also be able to submit questions using the Question and Answer (Q&A) feature within the webinar platform.

You will receive an email prior to the webinar with information and a link on how to join the webinar. We strongly suggest that you test your computer system prior to the webinar by following the instructions provided to you.

NOTE: The Southeast ADA Center uses Zoom for our webinar platform. More information will be provided via email with the link to join the webinar after you register. You may also visit the Zoom website to download Zoom - PC, Mac, Mobile or the link: zoom.us/download