Claiming Disability Knowledge and Identity

ISBN-10: 0814751342
ISBN-13: 9780814751343
Edition: 1998
Authors: Simi Linton
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Description: "Long overdue,Claiming Disabilityboth carves out a new field of study, and introduces and educates readers to disability studies as a vibrant space of intellectual work. Linton weaves in and out of disciplinesqueer studies, traditional educational  More...

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Book details

List price: $26.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: New York University Press
Publication date: 1/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 203
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.770
Language: English

"Long overdue,Claiming Disabilityboth carves out a new field of study, and introduces and educates readers to disability studies as a vibrant space of intellectual work. Linton weaves in and out of disciplinesqueer studies, traditional educational psychology, literary criticism, critical legal studieswithout a blink. Both precise and expansive, she declares and defines disability studies in ways that are systematic, theoretically engaging, and policy-relevant." Michelle Fine, City University of New York "Claiming Disabilityis the most comprehensive book in disability studies to come along yet. It wisely defines terms and concepts, linking them to and questioning the dominant issues in identity politics and multiculturalism, while mapping a direction for future study. A must read for anyone seriously thinking about the body and body politics in the postmodern era." Lennard Davis, author ofEnforcing Normalcy: Disability, Deafness and the Body "Provides a broadened and enriched definition of disability, and its author unfolds a compelling way to evaluate Special Education." Laurie R. Lehman,Educators for Urban Minorities From public transportation and education to adequate access to buildings, the social impact of disability has been felt everywhere since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990. And a remarkable groundswell of activism and critical literature has followed in this wake. Claiming Disabilityis the first comprehensive examination of Disability Studies as a field of inquiry. Disability Studies is not simply about the variations that exist in human behavior, appearance, functioning, sensory acuity, and cognitive processing but the meaning we make of those variations. With vivid imagery and numerous examples, Simi Linton explores the divisions society createsthe normal versus the pathological, the competent citizen versus the ward of the state. Map and manifesto,Claiming Disabilityoverturns medicalized versions of disability and establishes disabled people and their allies as the rightful claimants to this territory.

Foreword: Pressing the Claim
Acknowledgments
Reclamation
Reassigning Meaning
Divided Society
Divided Curriculum
Enter Disability Studies
Disability Studies/Not Disability Studies
Applications
Epilogue
References
Index
About the Author

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