You might be interested in the disability studies MA that is aligned with the Centre for Culture and Disability Studies at Liverpool Hope University. If so, by all means drop me a line.
All good things.
Dr David Bolt
Associate Professor, Department of Disability and Education
Director, Centre for Culture & Disability Studies
Editor in Chief, Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies
Joint Editor, Literary Disability Studies
From: MeCCSA Disability Studies Network [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Anne Sheila
Sent: 21 November 2017 14:59
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Subject: Re: JLCDS 11.4 on Project MUSE
I so wanted to carry out research into disability studies but my first degree seems to block any hope. I have an MA, PGC ADDS, PGC SpLD and PGCE FH&AE and just wanted to carry out research/be part of a team and carry out research that would help professionals, parents and dyspraxics in the future.
On 21/11/2017 14:22, Dr David Bolt wrote:
> Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies:
> Volume 11, Issue 4
> General Issue
> 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 Jess Libow
> De-regulating Disorder: On the Rise of the Spectrum as a Neoliberal
> Metric of Human Value Anne McGuire
> "Human Form Did Not Make A Human Creature": Autism and the Male Human
> Machine in Marge Piercy's He, She and It Sue Smith
> 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
> Shannon Walters
> Comment from the Field
> The Tobin Siebers Disability Arts and Culture Lecture: Collaboration
> and Improvisation Claire Penketh
> Doctoral Research Visit at the Centre for Culture and Disability
> Studies Gesine Wegner
> Book Reviews
> Deafening Modernism: Embodied Language and Visual Poetics in American
> Literature by Rebecca Sanchez (review) Liz Bowen
> Reading Victorian Deafness: Signs and Sounds in Victorian Literature
> and Culture by Jennifer Esmail (review) Emmeline Burdett
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