Andikape mobility: Haitian subjectivity at the juncture of disability, gender, and insecurity

@article{Flaugh2018AndikapeMH,
  title={Andikape mobility: Haitian subjectivity at the juncture of disability, gender, and insecurity},
  author={Christian Flaugh},
  journal={Cultural Dynamics},
  year={2018},
  volume={30},
  pages={133 - 153}
}
This article begins the study of the under-explored yet fundamental role of andikape (disability) mobility—the expression of subjectivity and the exercise of rights by the disabled—in Haitian history and society. It considers how recent tragic events in the Soud (Deaf) community fostered increased, collaborative mobilization of the moun andikape (the disabled) and related organizations to advocate for greater social inclusion, the securing of rights, and the expression of subjectivity. The… Expand

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