Vol 23, No 3/4 (2003)

Disability and Humor

Table of Contents


Guest Editor's Introduction html
Beth Haller
John Callahan's Pelswick Cartoon & a New Phase of Disability Humor html
Beth Haller, Sue Ralph
Hammerin' Hank: The Right to Be Raunchy or FM Freak Show? html
Stephen Rosenbaum
Enlightened by Our Afflictions: Portrayals of Disability in the Comic Theatre of Beth Henley and Martin McDonagh html
Beth Meszaros
Beyond Content: Does Humor Help Coping? html
Carmen Moran
Disability Culture meets Euthanasia Culture: Lessons from my cat html
Linda Andre
To Speak or Not To Speak: The Limits of Language Ability in Sacred Experience html
Molly Haslam
An Analysis of the Dissimilar Coverage of the 2002 Olympics and Paralympics: Frenzied Pack Journalism versus the Empty Press Room html
Anne Golden
In search of a paradigm shift: What disability studies can contribute to school psychology html
Andrew Roach
Book & Film Reviews html
Mitchell Kaplan, Beth Haller
An Urban Perspective on Disabilities: Historical Review and Contemporary Enabling Technologies HTML
Thomas Bucaro

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