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Author Ellis, Katie, 1978-

Title Manifestos for the Future of Critical Disability Studies : Volume 1
Published Milton : Routledge, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (281 pages)
Series Interdisciplinary Disability Studies
Interdisciplinary disability studies.
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Glossary -- 1. Introduction: why manifestos, why now? -- Why manifestos? -- Why Now? -- The manifestos -- Conclusion -- References -- PART I: Human variation across family and community life: a knowledge manifesto -- 2. Critical disability studies: a knowledge manifesto -- Notes -- 3. Dear neurodiversity movement: put your shoes on -- Stop screaming (unless you can't help it): the autistic rhetoric of anger -- Wear your shoes (if you can): the public performance of Autistic activism -- Conclusion -- References -- 4. Not now but right now: creating advocates and scholars -- Activists as teachers, scholars and mentors -- Activists as students, leaders and grassroots organisers -- Take from it what you can: the university and social media as resources and recruitment tools -- Where we are ... and where we must go -- References -- 5. Bringing maternal studies into critical disability studies -- Introduction -- Maternal studies and critical disability studies -- Developmental time and mothering -- Caring time and the continual present -- Mothers as advocates -- Conclusion -- References -- 6. Navigating 'the system' to find supports and services for people with developmental disability: how can research help make this a better journey? -- Minding the gaps -- The journey -- Research translation -- Conclusion -- References -- 7. Disabling militarism: theorising anti-militarism, dis/ability and dis/placement -- Theorising mis/fitting spatial justice -- Embodied spatial-subjects -- Militarised knowledge -- Militarised ecologies -- Conclusion: disabling militarism and developing an anti-militarism praxis -- References -- PART II: Media, technology and design -- 8. Technology and social futures
16. Engaging with ageing: a call for the greying of critical disability studies -- Age and disability: a careful delineation -- Three ways to 'grey' critical disability studies -- Conclusion -- References -- 17. Low-level agency: disability, oppression and alternative genres of the human -- Oppression = disability -- Low-level agency -- A constructive ethical frame of interdependency -- References -- 18. Revisiting the foundations of (critical) disability studies: manifesto for an inclusive social model -- Terminology -- British disability studies: origins and development -- Social model critiques and critical disability studies -- Manifesto for an inclusive social model -- References -- 19. Rethink: agency, theory and politics in disability studies -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 20. Disciplining disability: intersections between critical disability studies and cultural studies -- Disability and critical disability -- Cultural/critical/disability studies -- Critical corporealities -- References -- 21. Cultivating and expanding disability critical race theory (DisCrit) -- Intellectual lineage of DisCrit -- Articulating DisCrit -- Tracing the growth of DisCrit -- What is at stake? -- References -- 22. Critical disability praxis -- Dismantling the knowledge hierarchy -- Practising holistic access and developing intimate community-academia relationships -- Engaging in action -- References -- Index
The scene of disability and technology -- Thinking disability and technology -- Conclusion: emergent socio-technical terrains of disability and technology -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 9. A media manifesto -- Disability studies journals - content analysis -- Discussion -- A media manifesto -- Access to the media: social inclusion or exclusion -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 10. Finding the highest common ground: accessibility and the changing global reach and regulation of digital media -- Digital disability -- Digital accessibility -- Case study: Netflix and audio description -- Social media -- Smartphones -- MOOCs and eLearning -- Conclusion -- References -- 11. Interface casting: making the physical digital -- A technological (re)evolution -- Interface casting -- Challenges ... and opportunities -- Conclusion -- References -- 12. A web for all: a manifesto for critical disability studies in accessibility and user experience design -- A manifesto for accessible user experience -- Principles -- Background -- A critical manifesto -- Note -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 13. Architectural sites of discrimination: positive to negative -- Space and meaning-making -- A spatial lens on disability -- Environments as active companions and occupied spaces -- Extraction and extrapolation into the future -- References -- 14. A DisHuman manifesto: ProjectDisHuman, UK -- A human manifesto -- Disavowing the human -- Applying a DisHuman manifesto -- Conclusions -- References -- 15. Super normal design for extraordinary bodies: a design manifesto -- Beyond tragedy and triumph -- Introducing super normal design -- The paradox of super normal -- Reintroducing extraordinary bodies -- Appropriating super normal design -- Towards super normal disability objects -- The manifesto: the next stages -- References -- PART III: Theoretical work
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Form Electronic book
Author Garland-Thomson, Rosemarie.
Kent, M. (Mike)
Robertson, Rachel, 1963-
ISBN 9781351053334 (electronic bk)