The Hoya Talks with Maggie Little about the “Disability Ethics” Module of Her Biothics Course

Group of people with disabilities taking a selfie at the Don’t Screen Us Out manifestation in London
Don't screen us out manifestation outside the courthouse in London in July 2021. / Flickr.

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The Hoya interviews Maggie Little about the new three-week “Disability Ethics” module that she piloted in her Medical Humanities “Bioethics” course. This module, designed through collaboration between the Georgetown University Ethics Lab and the Disability Studies program, includes discussions and lectures centered on Disability Studies, as well as readings that focus on the lived experiences of people with disabilities. After Little completes the pilot module, additional professors will introduce the module into their courses.

Read the article in The Hoya.