Vol 24, No 1 (2004)

Disability Culture in Children's Literature.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v24i1

Table of Contents

Prefatory Matter

Editor's Preface
Beth Haller, Corinne Kirchner
News and Notes
The Editors

Theme Section: Disability Culture in Children's Literature.

Guest Editors' Introduction
Ann Dowker, Kathy Saunders, Jane Stemp
An Examination into the Portrayal of Deaf Characters and Deaf Issues in Picture Books for Children
Isabel Brittain
What Teachers Never Taught And Writers Feared To Write: Disability in African American Children's Literature
Kapria Daniels
The Treatment of Disability in 19th and Early 20th Century Children's Literature
Ann Dowker
Butterflies: Youth Literature as a Powerful Tool in Understanding Disability
Susanne Gervay
What Writers Did Next: Disability, Illness and Cure in books in the Second Half of the 20th Century
Lois Keith
Signifying Something: Images of Learning Disability in Fiction for Children
Jenny Kendrick
The Mother and the Angel: Disability Studies, Mothering and the 'Unreal' in Children's Fiction
Kerry Kidd
The Portrayal of Male and Female Characters With Chronic Illnesses in Children's Realistic Fiction, 1970-1994
Chris Saad
What disability studies can do for children's literature
Kathy Saunders
Devices and desires: science fiction, fantasy and disability in literature for young people
Jane Stemp
The Disabilitymaking Factory: Manufacturing "Differences" through Children's Books
Santiago Solis
Face to Face
Helen Atunrase
2D or 3D characters
Helen Aveling
Children's Literature That Includes Characters With Disabilities or Illnesses
Joan Blaska
Disabled Characters In Spanish Children's Literature
Cristina Caamares Torrijos
A Non-Neutral Review
Lois Keith
"Even good mothers come to grief over such": Jane Yolen's Good Grisell
Penny Richards
A Little Help From My Friends
John Sanders
Contrived or inspired: Ability/disability in the children's picture book
Z. Sonia Worotynec
Social Integration and Employees with a Disability: Their View
Helen Gay
Finding Nemo
Ann Millett
X-2: X-Men United
Michael M. Chemers
The Staff of Oedipus. Transforming Disability in Ancient Greece
Petra Kuppers

Theme Section: Disability Culture in Children's Literature: Forum papers

Face to Face
Helen Atunrase

Articles

Social Integration and Employees with a Disability: Their View
Helen Gay
2D or 3D characters
Helen Aveling
Children's Literature That Includes Characters With Disabilities or Illnesses
Joan Blaska
Disabled Characters In Spanish Children's Literature
Cristina Caamares Torrijos
A Non-Neutral Review
Lois Keith
"Even good mothers come to grief over such": Jane Yolen's Good Grisell
Penny Richards
A Little Help From My Friends
John Sanders
Contrived or inspired: Ability/disability in the children's picture book
Z. Sonia Worotynec

Book and Film Reviews

Finding Nemo
Ann Millett
X-2: X-Men United
Michael M. Chemers
The Staff of Oedipus. Transforming Disability in Ancient Greece
Petra Kuppers