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書名 Disability histories / edited by Susan Burch and Michael Rembis
出版項 Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2014]
國際標準書號 9780252038747 (hardcover)
0252038746 (hardcover)
9780252080319 (pbk.)
0252080319 (pbk.)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  HV1552 D611 2014    在架上    30530001239474
說明 xii, 401 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
系列 Disability histories
Disability histories (Series)
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Re-membering the past : reflections on disability histories / Susan Burch and Michael Rembis -- Part 1. Family, community, and daily life : part introduction and guiding questions. Disability, dependency, and the family in the early United States / Daniel Blackie -- Thomas Cameron's "Pure and guileless life," 1806-1870 : affection and developmental disability in a North Carolina family / Penny L. Richards -- Parents and professionals : parents' reflections on professionals, the support system, and the family in the twentieth-century United States / Allison C. Carey -- Historical perceptions of autism in Brazil : professional treatment, family advocacy, and autistic pride, 1943-2010 / Pamela Block and Fátima Gonçalves Cavalcante -- Negotiating disability : mobilization and organization among landmine survivors in late twentieth-century northern Uganda / Herbert Muyinda -- Part 2. Cultural histories : part introduction and guiding questions. Disability things : material culture and American disability history, 1700-2010 / Katherine Ott -- The Contergan scandal : media, medicine, and thalidomide in 1960s West Germany / Elsbeth Bösl -- "Lest we forget" : disabled veterans and the politics of war remembrance in the United States / John M. Kinder -- Part 3. Bodies, medicine, and contested knowledge : part introduction and guiding questions. Smallpox, disability, and survival in nineteenth-century France : rewriting paradigms from a new epidemic script / Catherine Kudlick -- "Unfit for ordinary purposes" : disability, slaves, and decision making in the antebellum American south / Dea H. Boster -- Rehabilitation staged : how Soviet doctors "cured" disability in the second World War / Frances L. Bernstein -- The curious case of the "professional hemophiliac" : medicine, disability, and the contested value of normality in the United States, 1940-2010 / Stephen Pemberton -- Border disorders : mental illness, feminist metaphor, and the disordered female psyche in the twentieth-century United States / Susan K. Cahn -- Part 4. Citizenship and belonging : part introduction and guiding questions. The paradox of social progress : the deaf cultural community in France and the ideals of the third republic at the turn of the twentieth century / Anne Quartararo -- Property, disability, and the making of the incompetent citizen in the United States, 1860s-1940s / Kim E. Nielsen -- "Salvaging the Negro" : race, rehabilitation, and the body politic in World War I America, 1917-1924 / Paul R.D. Lawrie -- Engendering and regendering disability : gender and disability activism in postwar America / Audra Jennings -- Self-advocacy and blind activists : the origins of the disability rights movement in twentieth-century India / Jagdish Chander
"A new classroom-oriented collection that reconsiders and redefines the field. The field of disability history continues to evolve rapidly. In this collection, Susan Burch and Michael Rembis present essays that integrate critical analysis of gender, race, historical context, and other factors to enrich and challenge the traditional modes of interpretation still dominating the field. Contributors delve into four critical areas of study within disability history: family, community, and daily life; cultural histories; the relationship between disabled people and the medical field; and issues of citizenship, belonging, and normalcy. As the first collection of its kind in over a decade, Disability Histories not only brings readers up to date on scholarship within the field but fosters the process of moving it beyond the U.S. and Western Europe by offering work on Africa, South America, and Asia. The result is a broad range of readings that open new vistas for investigation and study while encouraging scholars at all levels to redraw the boundaries that delineate who and what is considered of historical value."--Publisher
主題 Disabilities -- History
People with disabilities -- History
Disabilities -- Cross-cultural studies
People with disabilities -- Cross-cultural studies
Disabilities / Cross-cultural studies
Disabilities / History
People with disabilities / Cross-cultural studies
People with disabilities / History
Alt Author Burch, Susan, editor
Rembis, Michael A., 1970- editor
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