Acquiring Editor: Alison K. Syring
Series Editors: Kim Nielsen and Michael Rembis
Disability Histories seeks scholarship that explores the lived experiences of individuals and groups from a broad range of societies, cultures, time periods, and geographic locations, who either identified as disabled or were considered by the dominant culture to be disabled.
We conceive of disability and disabled experiences broadly and seek to include scholarship that spans a range of embodiments, including the emerging field of mad studies. We are especially interested in scholarship that not only employs innovative approaches to using disabilityin constant interaction with systems of race, class, gender, and sexualityas an analytical tool to deepen our understanding of larger power relations, ideologies, and institutions, but also engages in meaningful dialogue with other subdisciplines within history, such as legal and political histories, social histories, histories of technology, science, and medicine, histories of the body and sexuality, and histories of the development of capitalism and imperialism. Comparative, cross-cultural, and transnational submissions by both junior and more seasoned scholars are encouraged.
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Author: Bruce J. Dierenfield and David A. Gerber
The Story behind Zobrest v. Catalina Foothills School District
Pub Date: July 2020
An important case at the crossroads of disability rights and church-state separation learn more...
Author: Kim E. Nielsen
The Life of Anna Ott
Pub Date: June 2020
A female physician battling oppression and the law in the nineteenth-century Midwest learn more...
Author: Stefanie Hunt-Kennedy
Disability and Slavery in the Caribbean
Pub Date: April 2020
Challenging how we think about race and disability learn more...
Pub Date: December 2014
A new classroom-oriented collection that reconsiders and redefines the field learn more...