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Crip Intrusions: Affect-ive Readings of Disability
I will engage with affective experiences of disability that are silenced within dominant discourses of disability theory. In order to tease out the particularities of the silences and absences I aim to address, I will ...
Artwork by JoAnn Purcell
JoAnn Purcell, Disability Daily Drawn, mixed media on paper, 4x4 inches, 2016. This project commenced May 2016 and began as an investigation into the experience of living beside disability, specifically as a mother ...
Lives at the End of the Line: Aging, Elegy, Comics, and Care
In her introduction to Extraordinary Bodies, Rosemarie Garland Thomson adds, to a long list of the different forms disability might take, the observation that “everyone is subject to the gradually disabling process of ...