Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies:
Volume 11, Issue 1
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.
Mental Illness and the Mad/woman: Anger, Normalcy, and Liminal Identities in Mary McGarry Morris’s A Dangerous Woman
Between Friends: Disability, Masculinity, and Rehabilitation in The Best Years of Our Lives
Sarah F. Sahn
Losing Limbs in the Republic: Blackness and Disability in Charles Chesnutt’s Conjure Stories
Dennis Tyler Jr.
Shining Inward: The Blind Seer, Fanny Crosby, and Education for the Blind in the Nineteenth Century
Joshua Laurence Cohen Jr.
“Why Would I Want to Hear?” Cochlear Implants in Young Adult Fiction
Chronic Poetics, Chronic Illness: Reading Tory Dent’s HIV Poetry Through Disability Poetics and Feminist Bioethics
Comment from the Field
The Voice of Disability, Seminar Series, Centre for Culture and Disability Studies, Liverpool Hope University
Disability in Comics and Graphic Narratives by Chris Foss, Jonathan W. Gray, and Zach Whalen (review)
Saving Face: Disfigurement and the Politics of Appearance by Heather Laine Talley (review)