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Crip Intrusions: Affect-ive Readings of Disability
I will engage with affective experiences of disability that are silenced within dominant discourses of disability theory. In order to tease out the particularities of the silences and absences I aim to address, I will ...
Lives at the End of the Line: Aging, Elegy, Comics, and Care
In her introduction to Extraordinary Bodies, Rosemarie Garland Thomson adds, to a long list of the different forms disability might take, the observation that “everyone is subject to the gradually disabling process of ...