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Published: 26 October 2017

368 Pages


ISBN: 9780190458997

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Historical Intersections of Disability and Masculinity

Edited by Kathleen M. Brian and James W. Trent, Jr.

  • Addresses an under-explored topic that is applicable to the academic disciplines of history, gender studies, American studies, sociology, cultural studies, disability studies, social work, psychology, etc
  • Examines the intersections between masculinity and disability across the past 60 years
  • Integrates material on several types of disabilities — psychiatric disabilities, blindness, physical disabilities, intellectual disability, and war-related disabilities
  • Weaves issues of class and race into their narratives of masculinity and disability, and addresses clinical and policy implications
  • Synergistically integrates critiques related to gender, disability, cultural history, sociology, and women's studies in diverse and creative ways

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