Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies:
Volume 11, Issue 4
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.
Prosthesis Repurposed: Gender and Rehabilitation in Flannery O’Connor’s Fiction
De-regulating Disorder: On the Rise of the Spectrum as a Neoliberal Metric of Human Value
"Human Form Did Not Make A Human Creature": Autism and the Male Human Machine in Marge Piercy's He, She and It
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Jane Eyre's Helen Burns: "[My thoughts] continually rove away"
Jill Marie Treftz
Curious Prescriptions: Selfish Care in Victorian Fictions of Disability
Kristen H. Starkowski
Crip Mammy: Complicating Race, Gender, and Care in The Ride Together
Comment from the Field
The Tobin Siebers Disability Arts and Culture Lecture: Collaboration and Improvisation
Doctoral Research Visit at the Centre for Culture and Disability Studies
Deafening Modernism: Embodied Language and Visual Poetics in American Literature by Rebecca Sanchez (review)
Reading Victorian Deafness: Signs and Sounds in Victorian Literature and Culture by Jennifer Esmail (review)