Literary Disability in Jane Eyre



Fri, Apr 29
11:45-1pm, MUB Rm 156

Book discussion with co-editor: Absence, Apostrophe, Fragmentation: Autistic Rhetorics in Bartleby, Copperfield and Frankenstein  
Dr. Julia Miele Rodas is an Associate Prof of English at CUNY's Bronx Community College and this volume of critical essays on Jane Eyre explored from a disability perspective provides a unique look on Bronte's classic novel. Event sponsored by Commission on Status of People with Disabilities.  More on Dr. Rodas.


Film Preview and Discussion with Creator


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Thursday, March 31
4:00-6:00pm, MUB Theater I

Dan Habib's new film Intelligent Lives explores how our narrow views of intelligence have created unnecessary "ceilings" for people with intellectual disability.  The film also features narration and a personal perspective from Academy Award winning actor Chris Cooper. Join us for a preview of the film followed by discussion session with Dan Habib and Micah Fialka-Feldman. Event sponsored by Janet Krumm Lecture Series, Institute on Disability and Commission on Status of People with Disabilities. Learn more about film











The mission of the President’s Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities is to promote empowerment and inclusion of students, faculty and staff and guests with disabilities at the University of New Hampshire.  The Commission acknowledges that people with disabilities are a diverse group that includes individuals with visible and non-visible disabilities. (Full mission statement)



Priority Snow Route Plan

UNH Facilities has identified two (2) priority snow/ice removal routes. (View Map Here) These routes will be maintained hourly. It includes sidewalks, building entrances, and Access Van pick-up/drop-off points. Students should make note of these routes as they may differ from usual ones used.

Other sidewalks/areas will continue to be cleared as well; however, they will be cleared less regularly than the “priority routes”. Please be aware of balance, equipment, and other factors that may be affected by snow and ice.

Educational Apps for Students

Disability Services for Students (DSS) has created a list of Free and Low-Cost iOS and Android Apps and tools to assist students with Reading, Writing, Note-Taking, Study-Skills/Organization and Brainstorming activities.

Visit their website to learn more at