Author Interview--Sarah Handley-Cousins (Bodies in Blue) Part 3

Hello H-CivWar readers,

today we continue our multipart video interview series with Sarah Handley-Cousins.

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview Sarah Handley-Cousins via Zoom. We talked about her book Bodies in Blue: Disability in the Civil War North, which came out in July 2019 with the University of Georgia Press. The interview is broken up so that you can easily use the material in class.

Current Journal Articles and New Books (#226 // June 2020)

Introduction: About once a month (supply allowing), we post a listing of recently published historical articles about disability (somewhat broadly defined). These articles are usually found on the "current periodicals" shelves at a university library, from the most recent two calendar years (right now, 2019-2020).

Author Interview--Sarah Handley-Cousins (Bodies in Blue) Part 2

Hello H-CivWar readers,

today we continue our multipart video interview series with Sarah Handley-Cousins.

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview Sarah Handley-Cousins via Zoom. We talked about her book Bodies in Blue: Disability in the Civil War North, which came out in July 2019 with the University of Georgia Press. The interview is broken up so that you can easily use the material in class.

Author Interview--Sarah Handley-Cousins (Bodies in Blue)

Hello H-CivWar readers,

today we start a new, multipart video interview series with Sarah Handley-Cousins.

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview Sarah Handley-Cousins via Zoom. We talked about her book Bodies in Blue: Disability in the Civil War North, which came out in July 2019 with the University of Georgia Press. The interview is broken up so that you can easily use the material in class.

Call for Presenters: Michigan ADA 30th Anniversary Celebration

Michigan ADA 30th Anniversary Celebration: From Disability Rights to Disability Justice is looking for people who want to connect their work to the disability community at large. We are going to celebrate ADA Everyday with virtual events July 26th - September 28th. We know that disability history is important, but we also know that few people, except those in academia or who were a part of it, know much about it.  Would you like to do a short presentation via Zoom with a discussion afterwards? We can't offer any money, but you are welcome to promote your work.

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