Vol 29, No 3 (2009)

Multinational Review of English Language Disability Studies Degrees and Courses

Table of Contents

Prefatory Matter

Editors' Introduction HTML
Brenda Brueggemann, Scot Danforth

A Multinational Review of English-language Disability Studies Degrees and Courses

Multinational Review of English Language Disability Studies Degrees and Courses HTML
Pamela Cushing, Tyler Smith
Table 1: Overview of All Offerings PDF HTML
Pamela Cushing, Tyler Smith
Table 2: Schools with Disability Studies Degrees PDF HTML
Pamela Cushing, Tyler Smith
Table 3: Schools with Disability Studies Courses PDF HTML
Pamela Cushing, Tyler Smith
Charts HTML
Pamela Cushing, Tyler Smith
Figures HTML
Pamela Cushing, Tyler Smith
Commentary 1 HTML
Melanie Panitch
Commentary 2 HTML
Alan Strauss
Commentary 3 HTML
Colin Barnes
Commentary 4 HTML
Brian Matthews
Commentary 5 HTML
Stephen Gilson, Elizabeth DePoy

Articles

Admission: Madness and (Be)coming Out Within and Through Spaces of Confinement HTML
Jennifer Eisenhauer
"There Are No Invalids in the USSR!" A Missing Soviet Chapter in the New Disability History HTML
Sarah D. Phillips
Reflections on the K-12 years in public schools: Relations with hearing teachers and peers from the perspective of deaf and hard-of-hearing adults HTML
Joan M. Ostrove, Gina A. Oliva, Abigail Katowitz
Gabe’s Stories: Intersecting Spirituality with Speech-Related (Dis)ability HTML
Nadjwa Norton
Who’s That in Charge? It’s Jenny Wren, “The Person of the House” HTML
Sara D. Schotland
Harm, Liberty, and Disability HTML
Melinda Rosenberg
‘Not disabled enough’: Episodic disabilities and the Ontario Disability Support Program HTML
Ernie Lightman, Andrea Vick, Dean Herd, Andrew Mitchell
Examining Types of Fatigue Among Individuals with ME/CFS HTML
Leonard Jason, Tricia Jessen, Nicole Porter, Aaron Boulton, Mary Gloria-Njoku
Irreconcilable Differences? Tourette Syndrome, Disability, and Definition in Democratic Policy Debates HTML
Sara Newman

Book and Film Reviews

Terry Galloway. Mean Little Deaf Queer: A Memoir. Boston: Beacon Press, 2009. HTML
John R. Killacky
Gimp, Artistic Director Heidi Latsky, Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston, April, 2009 HTML
Ellen Chenoweth
Percy Carey and Ronald Wimberly. Sentences: The Life of M.F. Grimm. New York: Vertigo, 2007. HTML
Kate Schmitt
Paul Guest. My Index of Slightly Horrifying Knowledge. New York: Ecco Press, 2008. HTML
Laurie Lambeth
Kim Nielsen. Beyond the Miracle Worker: The Remarkable Story of Anne Sullivan Macy and Her Extraordinary Friendship with Helen Keller. Boston: Beacon Press, 2009. HTML
Georgina Kleege


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