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重大残疾研究未来宣言:第一卷-Manifestos for the Future of Critical Disability Studies: Volume 1文件编号:116

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标题(title):Manifestos for the Future of Critical Disability Studies: Volume 1
重大残疾研究未来宣言:第一卷
作者(author):Katie Ellis, Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, Mike Kent, Rachel Robertson
出版社(publisher):Routledge
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This collection identifies the key tensions and conflicts being debated within the field of critical disability studies and provides both an outline of the field in its current form and offers manifestos for its future direction. Traversing a number of disciplines from science and technology studies to maternal studies, the collection offers a transdisciplinary vision for the future of critical disability studies.

Some common thematic concerns emerge across the book such as digital futures, the usefulness of anger, creativity, family as disability allies, intersectionality, ethics, eugenics, accessibility and interdisciplinarity. However, the contributors who write as either disabled people or allies do not proceed from a singular approach to disability, often reflecting different or even opposing positions on these issues.

Containing contributions from established and new voices in disability studies outlining their own manifesto for the future of the field, this book will be of interest to all scholars and students working within the fields of disability studies, cultural studies, sociology, law, history and education.

The concerns introduced here are further explored in its sister volume Interdisciplinary approaches to disability: looking towards the future.
Table of contents :
Cover......Page 1
Half Title......Page 2
Series Page......Page 3
Title Page......Page 4
Copyright Page......Page 5
Dedication......Page 6
Table of Contents......Page 8
List of contributors......Page 11
Acknowledgements......Page 18
Glossary......Page 20
Why manifestos?......Page 24
Why Now?......Page 27
The manifestos......Page 28
References......Page 30
PART I: Human variation across family and community life: a knowledge manifesto......Page 32
2. Critical disability studies: a knowledge manifesto......Page 34
Notes......Page 40
3. Dear neurodiversity movement: put your shoes on......Page 43
Stop screaming (unless you can’t help it): the autistic rhetoric of anger......Page 44
Wear your shoes (if you can): the public performance of Autistic activism......Page 47
References......Page 50
Activists as teachers, scholars and mentors......Page 52
Activists as students, leaders and grassroots organisers......Page 54
Take from it what you can: the university and social media as resources and recruitment tools......Page 56
Where we are … and where we must go......Page 58
References......Page 59
Introduction......Page 61
Maternal studies and critical disability studies......Page 62
Developmental time and mothering......Page 65
Caring time and the continual present......Page 67
Mothers as advocates......Page 69
Conclusion......Page 71
References......Page 72
6. Navigating ‘the system’ to find supports and services for people with developmental disability: how can research help make this a better journey?......Page 75
Minding the gaps......Page 76
The journey......Page 78
Research translation......Page 83
References......Page 85
7. Disabling militarism: theorising anti-militarism, dis/ability and dis/placement......Page 88
Theorising mis/fitting spatial justice......Page 89
Embodied spatial-subjects......Page 91
Militarised knowledge......Page 93
Militarised ecologies......Page 94
Conclusion: disabling militarism and developing an anti-militarism praxis......Page 95
References......Page 97
PART II: Media, technology and design......Page 100
The scene of disability and technology......Page 102
Thinking disability and technology......Page 104
Conclusion: emergent socio-technical terrains of disability and technology......Page 110
References......Page 111
9. A media manifesto......Page 115
Disability studies journals – content analysis......Page 116
Discussion......Page 117
A media manifesto......Page 120
Access to the media: social inclusion or exclusion......Page 124
Conclusion......Page 126
References......Page 127
10. Finding the highest common ground: accessibility and the changing global reach and regulation of digital media......Page 131
Digital disability......Page 132
Digital accessibility......Page 133
Case study: Netflix and audio description......Page 135
Social media......Page 136
Smartphones......Page 137
Conclusion......Page 138
References......Page 139
11. Interface casting: making the physical digital......Page 142
A technological (re)evolution......Page 143
Interface casting......Page 145
Challenges … and opportunities......Page 147
Conclusion......Page 149
References......Page 150
Principles......Page 153
Background......Page 154
A critical manifesto......Page 158
Note......Page 162
References......Page 163
13. Architectural sites of discrimination: positive to negative......Page 165
Space and meaning-making......Page 167
A spatial lens on disability......Page 169
Environments as active companions and occupied spaces......Page 173
Extraction and extrapolation into the future......Page 176
References......Page 177
14. A DisHuman manifesto: ProjectDisHuman, UK......Page 179
A human manifesto......Page 180
Disavowing the human......Page 182
Applying a DisHuman manifesto......Page 184
References......Page 187
Beyond tragedy and triumph......Page 189
Introducing super normal design......Page 190
The paradox of super normal......Page 191
Reintroducing extraordinary bodies......Page 193
Appropriating super normal design......Page 194
Towards super normal disability objects......Page 195
The manifesto: the next stages......Page 197
References......Page 198
PART III: Theoretical work......Page 200
16. Engaging with ageing: a call for the greying of critical disability studies......Page 202
Age and disability: a careful delineation......Page 203
Three ways to ‘grey’ critical disability studies......Page 204
Conclusion......Page 208
References......Page 209
17. Low-level agency: disability, oppression and alternative genres of the human......Page 212
Oppression = disability......Page 214
Low-level agency......Page 217
A constructive ethical frame of interdependency......Page 219
References......Page 220
Terminology......Page 222
British disability studies: origins and development......Page 223
Social model critiques and critical disability studies......Page 225
Manifesto for an inclusive social model......Page 228
References......Page 230
19. Rethink: agency, theory and politics in disability studies......Page 232
References......Page 239
20. Disciplining disability: intersections between critical disability studies and cultural studies......Page 240
Disability and critical disability......Page 243
Cultural/critical/disability studies......Page 245
Critical corporealities......Page 249
References......Page 251
21. Cultivating and expanding disability critical race theory (DisCrit)......Page 253
Intellectual lineage of DisCrit......Page 254
Articulating DisCrit......Page 255
Tracing the growth of DisCrit......Page 256
What is at stake?......Page 258
References......Page 259
22. Critical disability praxis......Page 262
Dismantling the knowledge hierarchy......Page 264
Practising holistic access and developing intimate community-academia relationships......Page 266
Engaging in action......Page 268
References......Page 269
Index......Page 271


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