Claiming Disability: Knowledge and Identity

@inproceedings{Linton1998ClaimingDK,
  title={Claiming Disability: Knowledge and Identity},
  author={Simi Linton},
  year={1998}
}
From public transportation and education to adequate access to buildings, the social impact of disability has been felt everywhere since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990. And a remarkable groundswell of activism and critical literature has followed in this wake. Claiming Disability is the first comprehensive examination of Disability Studies as a field of inquiry. Disability Studies is not simply about the variations that exist in human behavior, appearance… CONTINUE READING

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