thanks for the kind words about my work. I have a question, however. I can
understand how you could see a connection in my work between disability and
postmodernism, but I don't see how you make the connection between
disability and "post-feminism". Would you please explain this, and what you
mean by this remark? Thanks.
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From: "Carol Hamilton" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, January 24, 2004 3:43 PM
Subject: Re: theory and disability texts
> Hi Kate
> I'm not sure about key texts, but for my PhD I am finding many of
> Shelley Tremain's ideas thoughtful and challenging, particularly in
> the area of connection between disability/postmodernism and
> disability/post-feminism, as I have Russell Shuttleworth's
> connections between disability and aspects of anthropological
> theorising, and Mairian Corker's explorations of intersections of
> I don't have specific references to give you here but have posted
> this to all, as I know they are somewhere on this list and may be
> able to point to more specific articles for your exam. Good luck.
> Cheers Carol
> At 5:43 PM -0500 23/1/04, Kate Kaul wrote:
> >Hello, everybody.
> >I am in the process of preparing a list of texts (books or essays) for
> >my PhD comprehensive exam. Do any of you have suggestions for crucial
> >texts in disability theory? I'm especially interested in (and working
> >on) connections between disability theory and law, philosophy, literary
> >theory, feminist theory, rights discourses. but the emphasis is
> >definitely on theory. I'm curious about what other people think are
> >key texts.
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