Disability and difference in global contexts : enabling a transformative body politic / Nirmala Erevelles.
- New York : Palgrave Macmillan, ©2011.
1 online resource (xi, 227 pages.)
- Sociology of disability.
Disabilities -- Philosophy.
People with disabilities.
- Medical subjects:
- Disabled Persons -- psychology.
Cost of Illness.
- Introduction: bodies that do not matter
Disability as "Becoming": notes on the political economy of the flesh
Of ghosts and ghetto politics: embodying education policy as if disability mattered
"Unspeakable" offenses: disability studies at the intersection of multiple differences (with Andrea Minear)
Embodied antimonies: feminist disability studies meets Third World feminism
(Im)Material citizens: cognitive disability, race, and the politics of citizenship
The "Other" side of the dialectic: towards a materialist ethic of care.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-220) and index.
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1137001186 (electronic bk.)
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