Challenges the discourses of autism awareness campaigns for the “logic of violence” they often conceal
An up-to-date edition of a foundational collection
Theorizing the role of disabled subjects in global consumer culture and the emergence of alternative crip/queer subjectivities in film, fiction, media, and art
Sheds new light on the narrative importance of the disabled man in Victorian literature and culture
Tracing how the meanings of a barbaric surgical procedure emerged, accrued, and transformed within medicine and public culture in the U.S.
Reveals how depictions of disability in fiction serve an essential narrative function
Explores the contested boundaries between disability, illness, and mental illness in higher education
Sheds new light on the memoir boom by asking: Is the genre basically about disability?
A spirited critique of the practice of psychiatry in the United States that argues for the democratization of psychiatric knowledge
Explores the rich but hidden role that disability plays in modern art and in aesthetic judgments
The first collection to explore the lively intersection of performance studies and disability studies, provoking new ways of looking at body, space, spectatorship, and identity
Boldly rethinks theoretical questions of the last thirty years from the vantage point of disability studies
Disability rights lawyers, activists, and scholars weigh in on the hot-potato issue of the last decade
A richly diverse collection of essays, memoir, poetry and photography on aspects of disability and its representation in art