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Routledge handbook of international histories of disability.
[Place of publication not identified] : Routledge, 2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9781351774048 1351774042
OCLC Number: 1053533703
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Histories of disabilities across time and cultures --
1. Reason, value and persons: the construction of intellectual disability in western thought from antiquity to the romantic age / Tim Stainton --
2. courage of subordination: women and intellectual disability in the ancient Greek world / M. Lynn Rose --
3. Jane Austen and me: tales from the couch / Diane Driedger --
4. Developments in disability issues during the Late Ottoman period of Turkish history from To 1876 to 1909 / Mualla Erkilic --
5. short history of disability in Italy / Marco Lombardi --
6. short history of disability aspects from Israel / Eli Carmeli --
pt. II Histories of national disability policies, programs and services --
7. role of international institutions in the process of categorization of ̀disabled people' (1930s --
1975) / Gildas Bregain --
8. Disabilities and disability services in Nigeria: past, present and future / Paul M. Ajuwon --
9. short history of approaches to disability in the Netherlands / Alice Schippers --
10. journey of change --
history of disability in Hong Kong 1841 --
2014 / Joanna L.P. Chung --
11. Historical development of disability services in Singapore: enabling persons with disabilities / Meng Ee Wong --
12. Swedish disability policies: ideas, values and practices in a historical perspective / Rafael Lindqvist --
13. One difference is enough: towards a history of disability in the Belgian-Congo, 1908 --
1960 / Marc Depaepe --
pt. III Histories of education and training / Nancy E. Hansen --
14. From their own hands: collecting oral testimony in signing communities / Martin Atherton --
15. history of access to education of people with visual impairments in Great Britain from 1656 to 1999 / Gisela Dimigen --
16. Out of sight, out of mind: blind asylums and missions in Scotland / Hazel McFarlane --
17. Tracing disability history in the midst of cultural absence: an investigation into the Belfast Association for the Employment of the Industrious Blind / Nancy Hansen --
18. Australian histories of intellectual disabilities / Dave Earl --
19. History and national policy documents on special education in Sweden / Margaretha Kristoffersson --
20. Italian path to school and social inclusion: problems, strengths and perspectives / Aamir Khan --
21. Education of people with intellectual disabilities and hearing impairments in Spain: a historical approach / Joana Mas --
22. case of the "dull" pupil in the Norwegian folk school 1892 --
1930 / Bodil Ravneberg --
pt. IV Spectacle, science, services and civil rights / Ivan Brown --
23. freak-show act: science and spectacle in the nineteenth century / Andrea Zittlau --
24. Three illusions in clinical photographs of the feeble-minded during the eugenics era / Martin A. Elks --
25. When is life unworthy of living? Lessons from the systematic killing of children with disabilities in Nazi Germany / Ivan Brown --
26. genesis of societies for crippled children in Canada and their American roots / Roy Hanes --
27. Breaking the rules: summer camping experiences and the lives of Ontario children growing up with polio in the 1940s and 1950s / Fady Shanouda --
28. Changing America's consciousness: a brief history of the Independent Living civil rights movement in the United States / Steven E. Brown.


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