Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies:
Volume 11, Issue 2
JLCDS is available from Liverpool University Press, online and in print, to institutional and individual subscribers; it is also part of the Project MUSE collection to which the links below point.
A Vibrant Autistic Aesthetic and the Limits of Art Brut
Julia Kristeva, Disability, and the Singularity of Vulnerability
Reorienting the Bildungsroman: Progress Narratives, Queerness, and Disability in The History of Sir Richard Calmady and Jude the Obscure
“I am/in pain”: The Form of Suffering in David Wolach’s Hospitalogy and Amber DiPietra and Denise Leto’s Waveform
The “words inside”: “Disabled” Voices in Contemporary Literature for Young People
Body Politics and Disability: Negotiating Subjectivity and Embodiment in Disability Poetry
Comment from the Field
Lancaster Disability Studies Conference
Word Made Flesh: Asma Abbas’s Liberalism and Human Suffering and Alexander Weheliye’s Habeas Viscus
David T. Mitchell
A Rhetoric of Remnants: Idiots, Half-Wits and Other State Sponsored Inventions by Zosha Stuckey (review)
Life Writing and Schizophrenia: Encounters at the Edge of Meaning by Mary Elene Wood (review)
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