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作者 Burch, Susan
書名 Disability Histories
出版項 Baltimore : University of Illinois Press, 2014
國際標準書號 9780252096693 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (417 pages)
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系列 Disability Histories Ser
Disability Histories Ser
附註 Cover -- Title -- Contents -- List of Keywords -- Acknowledgments -- Re-Membering the Past: Reflections on Disability Histories-Susan Burch and Michael Rembis -- Part One. Family, Community, and Daily Life -- 1. Disability, Dependency, and the Family in the Early United States-Daniel Blackie -- 2. Thomas Cameron's "Pure and Guileless Life," 1806-1870: Affection and Developmental Disability in -- 3. Parents and Professionals: Parents' Reflections on Professionals, the Support System, and the Fam -- 4. Historical Perceptions of Autism in Brazil: Professional Treatment, Family Advocacy, and Autistic -- 5. Negotiating Disability: Mobilization and Organization among Landmine Survivors in Late Twentieth- -- Part Two. Cultural Histories -- 6. Disability Things: Material Culture and American Disability History, 1700-2010-Katherine Ott -- 7. The Contergan Scandal: Media, Medicine, and Thalidomide in 1960s West Germany-Elsbeth Bösl -- 8. "Lest We Forget": Disabled Veterans and the Politics of War Rememberance in the United States-Joh -- Part Three: Bodies, Medicine, and Contested Knowledge -- 9. Smallpox, Disability, and Survival in Nineteenth-Century France: Rewriting Paradigms from a New E -- 10. "Unfit for Ordinary Purposes": Disability, Slaves, and Decision Making in the Antebellum America -- 11. Rehabilitation Staged: How Soviet Doctors "Cured" Disability in the Second World War-Frances L. -- 12. The Curious Case of the "Professional Hemophiliac": Medicine, Disability and the Contested Value -- 13. Border Disorders: Mental Illness, Feminist Metaphor, and the Disordered Female Psych in the Twen -- Part Four. Citizenship and Belonging -- 14. The Paradox of Social Progress: The Deaf Cultural Community in France in the Ideals of the Third -- 15. Property, Disability, and the Making of the Incompetent Citizen in the United States, 1860s-1940
16. "Salvaging the Negro": Race, Rehabilitation, and the Body Politic in World War I American, 1917- -- 17. Engendering and Regendering Disability: Gender and Disability Activism in Postwar America-Audra -- 18. Self-Advocacy and Blind Activists: The Origins of the Disability Rights Movement in Twentieth-Ce -- About the Contributors -- Index
A new classroom-oriented collection that reconsiders and redefines the field
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Burch, Susan Disability Histories Baltimore : University of Illinois Press,c2014 9780252038747
主題 Disabilities -- History.;People with disabilities -- History.;Disabilities -- Cross-cultural studies.;People with disabilities -- Cross-cultural studies
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Alt Author Rembis, Michael
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