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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

New issue of Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies

Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies:
Volume 7, Issue 1

JLCDS is available from Liverpool University Press, online and in print, to institutional and individual subscribers; it is also part of the Project MUSE collection to which the links below point.  


“Usually I Love The Onion, but This Time You’ve Gone Too Far”: Disability Humour and Transgression
Tom Coogan (University of Birmingham)

The Ontology of Disability in Chang-rae Lee’s The Surrendered
Stephanie Hsu (Pace University, New York)

Disability Studies Reads the Romance
Ria Cheyne (Liverpool Hope University)

From “Freak Show” to “Charity Case”: The “Containment” of Deafness in Wilkie Collins’s Hide and Seek
Hannah Anglin-Jaffe (University of Exeter)

Regulating Affect and Reproducing Norms: Alice Munro’s “Child’s Play”
Dilia Narduzzi (Independent Scholar)

The Speed of Dark and This Alien Shore: Representations of Cognitive Difference
Katrina Arndt, and Maia Van Beuren (St John Fisher College, Rochester, New York)

From the Field
Conference Report: Theorizing Normalcy and the Mundane—3rd International Annual Conference, University of Chester
Cassie Ogden (University of Chester)

Book Reviews

Disability and Modern Fiction: Faulkner, Morrison, Coetzee and the Nobel Prize for Literature by Alice Hall (review)
Ria Cheyne (Liverpool Hope University)

Transgressive Bodies: Representations in Film and Popular Culture by Niall Richardson (review)
Dustin Galer (University of Toronto)

For more information, please contact:

Dr. David Bolt

Director, Centre for Culture & Disability Studies

Editor in Chief, Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies
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Lecturer, Education and Disability Studies

Founder, International Network of Literary & Cultural Disability Scholars

Telephone: 0151 291 3346

Office: HCA 0100

Postal address: Graduate School, Faculty of Education, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, L16 9JD.

Out Now: The Madwoman and The Blindman: Jane Eyre, Discourse, Disability, edited by David Bolt, Julia Miele Rodas, and Elizabeth J. Donaldson

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