Travis Lau on the long history of disability pride and the ethics of collaboration

ABL #6,  27 March, 2020

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Travis Chi Wing Lau tells us about the long history of disability pride and the ethics of collaboration, showing how the eighteenth century is an unusual but useful place for thinking about disability, before the category emerges or becomes ‘an identifiable marker of bodily self’.

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For more on these ideas, see:

  • Travis Chi Wing Lau, Before the norm? , Disability Studies Quarterly 37.3 , 2017