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Mobilizing Metaphor Art, Culture, and Disability Activism in Canada

Author: Christine Kelly; Michael Orsini
Publisher: Vancouver UBC Press 2016
Series: Disability: Culture and Politics
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Cover -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part 1: Assemblages of Disability Research, Art, and Social Transformation -- 1 Fixing -- 2 Imagining Otherwise -- 3 PosterVirus -- 4 Deaf and Disability Arts -- 5 "It Fell on Deaf Ears"--Part 2: Artistic Paths to Disability Activism -- 6 (Dis)quiet in the Peanut Gallery -- 7 Battle Lines Drawn -- 8 Deconstructing Phonocentrism -- 9 Crip the

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christine Kelly; Michael Orsini
ISBN: 9780774832793 0774832797
OCLC Number: 1020707027
Notes: IMD-Felder maschinell generiert
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (365 Seiten)
Contents: IntroductionIntroduction: Mobilizing Metaphor / Christine Kelly and Michael OrsiniPart 1: Assemblages of Disability Research, Art, and Social Transformation1 Fixing: The Claiming and Reclaiming of Disability History / Catherine Frazee, Kathryn Church, and Melanie Panitch2 Imagining Otherwise: The Ephemeral Spaces of Envisioning New Meanings / Carla Rice, Eliza Chandler, and Nadine Changfoot3 PosterVirus: Claiming Sexual Autonomy for People with HIV through Collective Action / Alexander McClelland and Jessica Whitbread4 Deaf and Disability Arts: Insiders, Outsiders, and the Potential of Progressive Studios / Kristin Nelson5 "It Fell on Deaf Ears": Deafhood through the Graphic Signed Novel as a Form of Artivism / Vero LeducPart 2: Artistic Paths to Disability Activism6 (Dis)quiet in the Peanut Gallery: Performing Social Justice through Integrated Dance / Lindsay Eales7 Battle Lines Drawn: Creative Resistance to Ableism through Online Media / Jeffrey Preston8 Deconstructing Phonocentrism: A New Genre in Deaf Arts / Paula Bath9 Crip the Light Fantastic: Art as Liminal Emancipatory Practice in the Twenty-First Century / jes sachse10 Claiming "the Masters" for Disability Rights: An Artist's Journey / Diane DriedgerPart 3: Rethinking Agency in Canadian Disability Movements11 Perching as a Strategy for Seeking Legitimacy for Broken Embodiments: Embracing Biomedical Claims for ME / Pamela Moss12 Challenging Rhetorical Indifference with a Cripped Poetry of Witness / Jen Rinaldi and nancy viva davis halifax13 The Body as Resistance Art/ifact: Disability Activism during the 2012 Quebec Student Movement / Gabriel Blouin Genest14 Divided No More: The Toronto Disability Pride March and the Challenges of Inclusive Organizing / Melissa Graham and Kevin Jackson15 Accountability, Agency, and Absence: Embodying Radical Disability Values in Artistic Production / Drew Danielle BelskyConclusion: The Politics of Embracing Disability Metaphor / Tanya TitchkoskyIndex
Series Title: Disability: Culture and Politics


Mobilizing Metaphor illustrates how radical and unconventional forms of activism, including art, are reshaping the vibrant tradition of disability activism in Canada, challenging perceptions of  Read more...


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