The Resource The disability studies reader, edited by Lennard J. Davis

The disability studies reader, edited by Lennard J. Davis

Label
The disability studies reader
Title
The disability studies reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lennard J. Davis
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
362.4
Index
index present
LC call number
HV1568
LC item number
.D5696 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1949-
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Davis, Lennard J.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • People with disabilities
  • Sociology of disability
  • Disability studies
  • Disabled Persons
  • Disabled Persons
Label
The disability studies reader, edited by Lennard J. Davis
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • James C. Wilson
  • Medieval constructions of blindness in France and England
  • Edward Wheatley --
  • Part I: Historical perspectives
  • Constructing normalcy
  • Lennard J. Davis
  • A brief history of discrimination and disabled people
  • Colin Barnes
  • "A silent exile on this earth": the metaphorical construction of deafness in the nineteenth century
  • Douglas Baynton
  • Disability and the human genome
  • Marsha Saxton
  • Universal design: the work of disability in an age of globalization
  • Michael Davidson
  • The dimensions of disability oppression
  • James Charlton
  • A mad fight: psychiatry and disability activism
  • Bradley Lewis --
  • Part II: The politics of disability
  • Construction of deafness
  • Harlan Lane
  • (Post) colonizing disability
  • Mark Sherry
  • Abortion and disability: who should and should not inhabit the world:
  • Ruth Hubbard
  • Disability rights and selective abortion
  • Brenda Brueggemann --
  • Part III: Stigma and illness
  • Stigma: an enigma demystified
  • Lerita M. Coleman Brown
  • AIDS and its metaphors
  • Susan Sontag
  • Beholding
  • Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
  • On (almost) passing
  • Tom Shakespeare
  • Narrative prosthesis
  • David Mitchell and Sharon Snyder
  • The unexceptional schizophrenic: a post-postmodern introduction
  • Catherine Prendergast --
  • Part IV: Theorizing disability
  • Reassigning meaning
  • Simi Linton
  • Enabling disability: rewriting kinship, reimagining citizenship
  • Faye Ginsburg and Rayna Rapp
  • Aesthetic nervousness
  • Ato Quayson
  • The social model of disability
  • Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
  • Is disability studies actually white disability studies?
  • Chris Bell
  • Compulsory able-bodiedness and queer/disabled existence
  • Robert McRuer
  • Deaf people: a different center
  • "Hearing aids are not deaf": a historical perspective on technology in the deaf world
  • R. A. R. Edwards
  • Minority politics in Korea: disability, interraciality, and gender
  • Eunjung Kim
  • Part V: Identities and intersectionalities
  • This is what we think
  • Daniel Docherty ... [et al.] --
  • The end of identity politics: on disability as an unstable category
  • Lennard J. Davis
  • Disability and the theory of complex embodiment--for identity politics in a new register
  • Tobin Siebers
  • Toward a feminist theory of disability
  • Susan Wendell
  • Integrating disability, transforming feminist theory
  • Anna Mollow
  • The enfreakment of photography
  • David Hevey
  • Blindness and visual culture: an eyewitness account
  • Georgina Kleege
  • Disability, life narrative, and representation
  • G. Thomas Couser
  • Autism as culture
  • Joseph N. Straus --
  • Part VI: Disability and culture
  • Cripping heterosexuality, queering able-bodiedness: Murderball, Brokeback Mountain and the Contested Masculine Body
  • Cynthia Barounis
  • The vulnerable articulate: James Gillingham, Aimee Mullins, and Matthew Barney
  • Marquard Smith
  • Sculpting body ideals: Alison Lapper Pregnant and the public display of disability
  • Ann Millett-Gallant
  • "When black women start going on Prozac....": the politics of race, gender, and emotional distress in Meri Nana-Ama Danquah's Willow Weep for Me
  • Cheryl Marie Wade
  • "Beauty and variations"
  • Kenny Fries
  • Selections from Cripple Poetics
  • Petra Kuppers and Neil Marcus
  • Selections from The Cry of the Gull
  • Emmanuelle Laborit
  • Selections from Planet of the Blind
  • Steve Kuusisto
  • Part VII: Fiction, memoir, and poetry
  • Stones in my pockets, stones in my heart
  • Eli Clare
  • Unspeakable conversations
  • Harriet McBryde Johnson
  • Helen and Frida
  • Anne Finger
  • "I am not one of the" and "Cripple lullaby"
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
xiii, 653 p.
Isbn
9780415873765
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009048680
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2157090-01umb_inst
  • 2308834
  • (Sirsi) i9780415873765
  • (OCoLC)419794893
Label
The disability studies reader, edited by Lennard J. Davis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • James C. Wilson
  • Medieval constructions of blindness in France and England
  • Edward Wheatley --
  • Part I: Historical perspectives
  • Constructing normalcy
  • Lennard J. Davis
  • A brief history of discrimination and disabled people
  • Colin Barnes
  • "A silent exile on this earth": the metaphorical construction of deafness in the nineteenth century
  • Douglas Baynton
  • Disability and the human genome
  • Marsha Saxton
  • Universal design: the work of disability in an age of globalization
  • Michael Davidson
  • The dimensions of disability oppression
  • James Charlton
  • A mad fight: psychiatry and disability activism
  • Bradley Lewis --
  • Part II: The politics of disability
  • Construction of deafness
  • Harlan Lane
  • (Post) colonizing disability
  • Mark Sherry
  • Abortion and disability: who should and should not inhabit the world:
  • Ruth Hubbard
  • Disability rights and selective abortion
  • Brenda Brueggemann --
  • Part III: Stigma and illness
  • Stigma: an enigma demystified
  • Lerita M. Coleman Brown
  • AIDS and its metaphors
  • Susan Sontag
  • Beholding
  • Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
  • On (almost) passing
  • Tom Shakespeare
  • Narrative prosthesis
  • David Mitchell and Sharon Snyder
  • The unexceptional schizophrenic: a post-postmodern introduction
  • Catherine Prendergast --
  • Part IV: Theorizing disability
  • Reassigning meaning
  • Simi Linton
  • Enabling disability: rewriting kinship, reimagining citizenship
  • Faye Ginsburg and Rayna Rapp
  • Aesthetic nervousness
  • Ato Quayson
  • The social model of disability
  • Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
  • Is disability studies actually white disability studies?
  • Chris Bell
  • Compulsory able-bodiedness and queer/disabled existence
  • Robert McRuer
  • Deaf people: a different center
  • "Hearing aids are not deaf": a historical perspective on technology in the deaf world
  • R. A. R. Edwards
  • Minority politics in Korea: disability, interraciality, and gender
  • Eunjung Kim
  • Part V: Identities and intersectionalities
  • This is what we think
  • Daniel Docherty ... [et al.] --
  • The end of identity politics: on disability as an unstable category
  • Lennard J. Davis
  • Disability and the theory of complex embodiment--for identity politics in a new register
  • Tobin Siebers
  • Toward a feminist theory of disability
  • Susan Wendell
  • Integrating disability, transforming feminist theory
  • Anna Mollow
  • The enfreakment of photography
  • David Hevey
  • Blindness and visual culture: an eyewitness account
  • Georgina Kleege
  • Disability, life narrative, and representation
  • G. Thomas Couser
  • Autism as culture
  • Joseph N. Straus --
  • Part VI: Disability and culture
  • Cripping heterosexuality, queering able-bodiedness: Murderball, Brokeback Mountain and the Contested Masculine Body
  • Cynthia Barounis
  • The vulnerable articulate: James Gillingham, Aimee Mullins, and Matthew Barney
  • Marquard Smith
  • Sculpting body ideals: Alison Lapper Pregnant and the public display of disability
  • Ann Millett-Gallant
  • "When black women start going on Prozac....": the politics of race, gender, and emotional distress in Meri Nana-Ama Danquah's Willow Weep for Me
  • Cheryl Marie Wade
  • "Beauty and variations"
  • Kenny Fries
  • Selections from Cripple Poetics
  • Petra Kuppers and Neil Marcus
  • Selections from The Cry of the Gull
  • Emmanuelle Laborit
  • Selections from Planet of the Blind
  • Steve Kuusisto
  • Part VII: Fiction, memoir, and poetry
  • Stones in my pockets, stones in my heart
  • Eli Clare
  • Unspeakable conversations
  • Harriet McBryde Johnson
  • Helen and Frida
  • Anne Finger
  • "I am not one of the" and "Cripple lullaby"
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
xiii, 653 p.
Isbn
9780415873765
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009048680
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2157090-01umb_inst
  • 2308834
  • (Sirsi) i9780415873765
  • (OCoLC)419794893

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