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作者:Gesine Wegner
来源:[J].Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 2020, Vol.14 (1), pp.57-74LUP
摘要:Over the past decade, autobiographical comics that focus on experiences of illness and disability—a genre also known as “graphic pathography”—have not only received increasing recognition from literary critics and scholars but have also sparked an unprecedented interest...
作者:Brady James Forrest
来源:[J].Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 2020, Vol.14 (1), pp.75-90LUP
摘要:If there is no crying in disability studies, then what becomes of those whose emotions are disabling or those whose disability is invalidated because it is considered just a feeling? The article explores the imbrication between emotions and disability in queer and affect the...
作者:Chris Foss
来源:[J].Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 2020, Vol.14 (1), pp.21-36LUP
摘要:The article aims at a critical reconsideration of pity through a close reading of Oscar Wilde’s fairy tale “The Star-Child,” exploring how it seems both to replicate stereotypically pejorative assumptions about disability and to contain more progressive aspects. Through...
作者:Owen Barden
来源:[J].Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 2020, Vol.14 (1), pp.91-108LUP
摘要:The article aims to expose the ways in which, from the mid-nineteenth century onwards, professions and institutions of confinement have both stoked and assuaged emotions toward people marked with intellectual or cognitive impairments, and consequently profited from the regim...
作者:Emma Sheppard
来源:[J].Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 2020, Vol.14 (1), pp.5-20LUP
摘要:The article explores chronic pain from a critical crip standpoint. It sets out why pain can be considered an emotion and presents a short crip reading of normative understanding, particularly how chronic pain is both abnormal and an ontological impossibility for the un-paine...
作者:Ryan C. Parrey
来源:[J].Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 2020, Vol.14 (1), pp.37-56LUP
摘要:The article explores disorienting encounters within the disability studies classroom as a necessary and generative affective interaction, rather than a distraction from teaching and learning. While these sorts of encounters appear within disability studies scholarship, their impa...

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