Published March 1, 2001
by New York University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Paul K. Longmore (Editor), Lauri Umansky (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||422|
These and many other figures lead readers through hospital-schools, courtrooms, advocacy journals, and beyond to discover disability's past. Coupling empirical evidence with the interdisciplinary tools and insights of disability studies, the book explores the complex meanings of disability as identity and cultural signifier in American history. View the Table of Contents Read the Introduction."Historians of medicine and technology will find this book an interesting introduction to a highly politicized and novel area of scholarship. This work should inspire research projects into more diverse and less categorized areas of disability." TechnologyandCulture"With this work, Longmore and Umansky offer historians, sociologists and other. Disability has always been a preoccupation of American society and culture. From antebellum debates about qualification for citizenship to current controversies over access and reasonable accommodations, disability has been present, in penumbra if not in print, on virtually every page of American history. Yet historians have only recently begun the deep excavation necessary to retrieve lives. The New Disability History: American Perspectives Edited by PaulK. Longmore and Lauri Umansky The New Disability History American Perspectives New York University Press books are printed on acid-free paper, and their binding materials are chosen for strength and durability.
About A Disability History of the United States. The first book to cover the entirety of disability history, from pre to the present Disability is not just the story of someone we love or the story of whom we may become; rather it is undoubtedly the story of our nation. These books packed the same type of WALLOP for me that ‘No Pity” did – “The New Disability History” is also a comprehensive history of disability – cross disability. “Why I Burned My Book” talks of the search for heroes, public policy and more. Again, comprehensive. Far reaching. The series focuses on telling selected stories through historic places. It offers a glimpse into the rich and varied history of Americans with disabilities. References:  Disability Minnesota. The ADA Legacy Project: A Magna Carta and the Ides of March to the ADA,  Disability History. Disability Militancy - the s; Fountain House. The increasing numbers of scholars, policy-makers, and political activists who are concerned with questions of physical and cognitive disability will warmly welcome Henri-Jacques Stiker's book, the first to attempt to provide a framework for analyzing disability through the ages. Published in in France as Corps infirmes et sociétés and available now in an excellent English translation.
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