"Join us for an Uncommon Bodies Zoom event featuring new research by a pair of scholars working at the intersection of early modern sexuality and disability. On Feb. 12 (12pm-1:30 pm CST), Simone Chess will present a paper on "Hacking Sex in the Renaissance." Lindsey Row-Heyveld will follow with a paper on "Careless Arden: Able-bodiedness in As You Like It.” If interested, please RSVP and complete this access form: https://z.umn.edu/EarlyModernDisability. The events are organized by Penelope Geng (Macalester English) and Jennifer Row (UMN French). For more information, check out the Uncommon Bodies website: https://uncommonbodies.wordpress.com/."