Brilliant Imperfection

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  • Author : Eli Clare
  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Pages : 240 pages
  • ISBN : 0822373521
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Brilliant Imperfection

Brilliant Imperfection
  • Author : Eli Clare
  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Release : 13 January 2017
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In Brilliant Imperfection Eli Clare uses memoir, history, and critical analysis to explore cure—the deeply held belief that body-minds considered broken need to be fixed. Cure serves many purposes. It saves lives, manipulates lives, and prioritizes some lives over others. It provides comfort, makes profits, justifies violence, and promises resolution to body-mind loss. Clare grapples with this knot of contradictions, maintaining that neither an anti-cure politics nor a pro-cure worldview can account for the messy, complex relationships we have

The Power of Disability

The Power of Disability
  • Author : Al Etmanski
  • Publisher : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
  • Release : 04 February 2020
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The author of Impact uses this compilation of inspiring stories of disabled people to convey ten important life lessons to help anyone. This book reveals that people with disabilities are the invisible force that has shaped history. They have been instrumental in the growth of freedom and birth of democracy. They have produced heavenly music and exquisite works of art. They have unveiled the scientific secrets of the universe. They are among our most popular comedians, poets, and storytellers. And

Thinking in the World

Thinking in the World
  • Author : Jill Bennett,Mary Zournazi
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 26 December 2019
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Engaging with contemporary issues responsibly and creatively can become a very abstract activity. We can sometimes find ourselves talking in terms of theories and philosophies which bear very little resemblance to how life is actually lived and experienced. In Thinking in the World, Jill Bennett and Mary Zournazi curate writings and conversations with some of the most influential thinkers in the world and ask them not just why we should engage with the world ,but also how we might do

Intellectual Agency and Virtue Epistemology A Montessori Perspective

Intellectual Agency and Virtue Epistemology  A Montessori Perspective
  • Author : Patrick Frierson
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 12 December 2019
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Drawing on the work of Maria Montessori and contemporary virtue epistemologists such as Linda Zagzebski and Jason Baehr, Intellectual Agency and Virtue Epistemology presents a new interpretation of the nature of intellectual agency and its associated virtues. Focusing on Montessori's interpretation of specific virtues including sensory attentiveness, intellectual love and intellectual humility, it discusses why these are virtues, why one can be held responsible for them, and how they relate to each other. Moreover, it considers pedagogical implications of considering

Un doing Diabetes

 Un doing Diabetes
  • Author : Bianca C. Frazer,Heather R. Walker
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 04 July 2022
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While the 21st century insulin crisis provokes protest and political dialogue, public conception of diabetes remain firmly unchanged. Popular media representations portray diabetes as a condition couched in lifestyle choices. In the groundbreaking volume (Un)doing Diabetes, authors destabilize depictions so powerful, so subtle, and so unquestioned, that readers may find assertions counterintuitive. (Un)doing Diabetes is the first collection of essays to use disability studies to explore representations of diabetes across a wide range of mediums- from Twitter to

American Detox

American Detox
  • Author : Kerri Kelly
  • Publisher : North Atlantic Books
  • Release : 07 June 2022
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“An intimate, honest, accountable, and thorough invitation into healing” -- adrienne maree brown, author of Pleasure Activism “This book is a powerhouse.” -- Ashley Judd The myth of wellness is a lie. And until we learn to confront and dismantle its toxic systems, we can’t ever be well. Better, stronger, healthier, whole--the wellness industry promises us that with enough intention, investment, and positive thinking, we’ll unlock our best selves and find meaning and purpose in a chaotic and

Bodies in Doubt

Bodies in Doubt
  • Author : Elizabeth Reis
  • Publisher : JHU Press
  • Release : 13 July 2021
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"This book traces the changing definitions, perceptions, and medical management of intersex in America from the colonial period to the present"--

Young Disabled and LGBT

Young  Disabled and LGBT
  • Author : Alex Toft,Anita Franklin
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 24 January 2020
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Young, Disabled and LGBT+ brings together the work of an international team interested in exploring the intersection of sexuality, gender identity, and disability in the lives of young people and aims to further develop this area as a distinct area of study. This volume features original research and writing into lives that are often misunderstood, marginalised and under-represented in research. It is framed with artwork, poetry and writing from young disabled LGBT+ people, and centralises the voices and lives of

Disability Studies and the Environmental Humanities

Disability Studies and the Environmental Humanities
  • Author : Sarah Jaquette Ray,Jay Sibara
  • Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
  • Release : 01 June 2017
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Although scholars in the environmental humanities have been exploring the dichotomy between “wild” and “built” environments for several years, few have focused on the field of disability studies, a discipline that enlists the contingency between environments and bodies as a foundation of its scholarship. On the other hand, scholars in disability studies have demonstrated the ways in which the built environment privileges some bodies and minds over others, yet they have rarely examined the ways in which toxic environments engender

Contingent Figure

Contingent Figure
  • Author : Michael D. Snediker
  • Publisher : U of Minnesota Press
  • Release : 12 January 2021
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A masterful synthesis of literary readings and poetic reflections, making profound contributions to our understanding of chronic pain At the intersection of queer theory and disability studies, acclaimed theorist Michael D. Snediker locates something unexpected: chronic pain. Starting from this paradigm-shifting insight, Snediker elaborates a bracing examination of the phenomenological peculiarity of disability, articulating a complex idiom of figuration as the lived substance of pain’s quotidian. This lexicon helps us differently inhabit both the theoretical and phenomenal dimensions of

Global Indigenous Communities

Global Indigenous Communities
  • Author : Lavonna L. Lovern
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 04 July 2022
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Global Indigenous Communities is a wide-ranging examination of global Indigenous communities that continue to suffer from colonization and assimilation issues, including intergenerational trauma. The scholarship is interdisciplinary; it is not easily categorized as sociology, anthropology, ethnography, or philosophy, but cuts across all of these disciplines, as well as Indigenous methodologies. The book not only presents an academic study of Indigenous issues, covering Indigenous community life, religion, the environment, economic matters, education, and healthcare, but also incorporates contributions from Carol Locust,

Remaking the Human

Remaking the Human
  • Author : Alvaro Jarrín,Chiara Pussetti
  • Publisher : Berghahn Books
  • Release : 01 April 2021
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The technological capacity to transform biology - repairing, reshaping and replacing body parts, chemicals and functions – is now part of our lives. Humanity is confronted with a variety of affordable and non-invasive 'enhancement technologies': anti-ageing medicine, aesthetic surgery, cognitive and sexual enhancers, lifestyle drugs, prosthetics and hormone supplements. This collection focuses on why people find these practices so seductive and provides ethnographic insights into people’s motives and aspirations as they embrace or reject enhancement technologies, which are closely entangled

Writing Manuals for the Masses

Writing Manuals for the Masses
  • Author : Anneleen Masschelein,Dirk de Geest
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 15 December 2020
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This open access collection of essays examines the literary advice industry since its emergence in Anglo-American literary culture in the mid-nineteenth century within the context of the professionalization of the literary field and the continued debate on creative writing as art and craft. Often dismissed as commercial and stereotypical by authors and specialists alike, literary advice has nonetheless remained a flourishing business, embodying the unquestioned values of a literary system, but also functioning as a sign of a literary system

The Oxford Handbook of Disability History

The Oxford Handbook of Disability History
  • Author : Michael Rembis,Catherine J. Kudlick,Kim Nielsen
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 19 June 2018
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Disability history exists outside of the institutions, healers, and treatments it often brings to mind. It is a history where disabled people live not just as patients or cure-seekers, but rather as people living differently in the world--and it is also a history that helps define the fundamental concepts of identity, community, citizenship, and normality. The Oxford Handbook of Disability History is the first volume of its kind to represent this history and its global scale, from ancient Greece to