Exciting news from Laurel Daen, who pointed me to the new special issue of Early American Literature, with the theme "Early American Disability Studies." This gets its own post, today. --Ed.
Early American Literature
Volume 52, Number 1, 2017
Guest Editors: Sari Altschuler and Cristobal Silva
Early American Disability Studies
pp. 1-27|DOI: 10.1353/eal.2017.0000
Sari Altschuler, Cristobal Silva
Current Journal Articles (#191)
The Disability History Association (DHA) seeks a volunteer, part-time communications intern.
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Current Journal Articles (#190)
The Disability History Association is pleased to announce that Travis Lau, a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, has been selected for a graduate student travel award. Travis will be presenting a paper entitled ““Disabling Vaccination: Autism and the Specter of Rehabilitative Futurism,” at the Disability as Spectacle Conference at the University of California, Los Angeles on April 13-14, 2017. Travis’ work places current vaccination and anti-vaccination politics within a centuries-long history of representational strategies in Western history.