Cultural Disability Studies in Education: Interdisciplinary Navigations of the Normative Divide

Bolt, David (2018) Cultural Disability Studies in Education: Interdisciplinary Navigations of the Normative Divide. Routledge Advances in Disability Studies . Routledge, Abingdon and New York. ISBN 1138103276 (Accepted for Publication)

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Abstract

Over the last few decades disability studies has emerged not only as a discipline in itself but also as a catalyst for cultural disability studies and Disability Studies in Education. In this book the three areas become united in a new field that recognises education as a discourse between tutors and students who explore representations of disability on the levels of everything from academic disciplines and knowledge to language and theory; from received understandings and social attitudes to narrative and characterisation. Moving from late nineteenth to early twenty-first-century representations, this book combines disability studies with aesthetics, film studies, Holocaust studies, gender studies, happiness studies, popular music studies, humour studies, and media studies. In so doing it encourages discussion around representations of disability in drama, novels, films, autobiography, short stories, music videos, sitcoms, and advertising campaigns. Discussions are underpinned by the tripartite model of disability and so disrupt one-dimensional representations. Cultural Disability Studies in Education encourages educators and students to engage with disability as an isolating, hurtful, and joyful experience that merits multiple levels of representation and offers true potential for a non-normative social aesthetic. It will be required reading for all scholars and students of disability studies, cultural disability studies, Disability Studies in Education, sociology, and cultural studies.

Item Type: Book
Keywords: Tripartite model of disability, Interdisciplinarity, Cultural Disability Studies, Disability Studies in Education,
Faculty / Department: Faculty of Education > Disability and Education
Depositing User: David Bolt
Date Deposited: 18 Jun 2018 10:18
Last Modified: 18 Jun 2018 10:18
URI: http://hira.hope.ac.uk/id/eprint/2521

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