A new issue of the Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies is now available, including articles on blindness and visual art, democracy and Spanish film, theories of metaphor, the Novels of the Brontës, and Diderot’s philosophy, plus reports from the field and book reviews.
Contents as follows:
Dialogues with the Blind: Literary Depictions of Blindness and Visual Art
Life on Wheels: Disability, Democracy, and Political Inclusion in Live Flesh and The Sea Inside
Julie A. Minich
Seeing What We Know: Disability and Theories of Metaphor
A Costly Morality: Dependency Care and Mental Difference in the Novels of the Brontë Sisters
“Veux-tu regarder, bourreau!”: The Somanormative Dimensions of the Diderotian Citoyen
D. A. Caeton
In the Blink of an Eye: Teaching Bauby’s The Diving Bell and the Butterfly While Learning from Eye Blinks
Henry C. Stewart
Conference Report - Disability and Popular Fiction: Reading Representations
Book Review - Gary Presley, Seven Wheelchairs: A Life beyond Polio
Book Review - Tobin Siebers, Disability Theory
Edited by Dr. David Bolt, Director of the Centre for Culture & Disability Studies, Faculty of Education, Liverpool Hope University.
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