Untold Stories

A Canadian Disability History Reader
 
 
Canadian Scholars (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 30. Mai 2018
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 395 Seiten
978-1-77338-046-9 (ISBN)
 
This long-awaited reader explores the history of Canadian people with disabilities from Confederation to current day. This collection focuses on Canadians with mental, physical, and cognitive disabilities, and discusses the ways in which they lived, worked, and influenced public policy in Canada.

Organized by time period, the 23 chapters in this collection are authored by a diverse group of scholars who discuss the untold histories of Canadians with disabilities-Canadians who influenced science and technology, law, education, healthcare, and social justice. Selected chapters discuss disabilities among Indigenous women; the importance of community inclusion; the ubiquity of stairs in the Montreal metro; and the ethics of disability research. Untold Stories: A Canadian Disability History Reader offers an exceptional presentation of influential people with various disabilities who brought about social change and helped to make Canada more accessible.
 
This long-awaited reader explores the history of Canadian people with disabilities from Confederation to current day. This collection focuses on Canadians with mental, physical, and cognitive disabilities, and discusses the ways in which they lived, worked, and influenced public policy in Canada.

Organized by time period, the 23 chapters in this collection are authored by a diverse group of scholars who discuss the untold histories of Canadians with disabilities-Canadians who influenced science and technology, law, education, healthcare, and social justice. Selected chapters discuss disabilities among Indigenous women; the importance of community inclusion; the ubiquity of stairs in the Montreal metro; and the ethics of disability research. <em>Untold Stories: A Canadian Disability History Reader</em> offers an exceptional presentation of influential people with various disabilities who brought about social change and helped to make Canada more accessible.
  • Englisch
  • Toronto
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  • Kanada
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • Höhe: 248 mm
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  • Breite: 171 mm
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  • Dicke: 16 mm
978-1-77338-046-9 (9781773380469)
177338046X (177338046X)
Nancy Hansen is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Interdisciplinary Master's Program in Disability Studies at the University of Manitoba.

Roy Hanes is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Carleton University.

Diane Driedger is an Assistant Professor in the Interdisciplinary Master's Program in Disability Studies at the University of Manitoba.
<strong>Nancy Hansen</strong> is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Interdisciplinary Master's Program in Disability Studies at the University of Manitoba.

<strong>Roy Hanes</strong> is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Carleton University.

<strong>Diane Driedger</strong> is an Assistant Professor in the Interdisciplinary Master's Program in Disability Studies at the University of Manitoba.
<ul><li>Introduction</li><li>Nancy Hansen, Roy Hanes, and Diane Driedger</li><li>Section I: Setting the Stage</li><li>Chapter 1</li><li>"Out from Under": A Brief History of Everything</li><li>Kathryn Church, Melanie Panitch, Catherine Frazee, and Phaedra Livingstone</li><li>Chapter 2</li><li>Posthumous Exploitation? The Ethics of Researching, Writing, and Being Accountable as a Disability Historian</li><li>Geoffrey Reaume</li><li>Chapter 3</li><li>Uncovering Disability History</li><li>Nancy Hansen</li><li>Section II: Confederation to the Early Twentieth Century</li><li>Chapter 4</li><li>"Blindness Clears the Way": E. B. F. Robinson's The True Sphere of the Blind (1896)</li><li>Vanessa Warne</li><li>Chapter 5</li><li>The Education of "Good" and "Useful" Citizens: Work, Disability, and d/Deaf Citizenship at the Ontario Institution for the Education of the Deaf, 1892-1902</li><li>Alessandra Iozzo-Duval</li><li>Chapter 6</li><li>"An Excuse for Being So Bold": D. W. McDermid and the Early Development of the Manitoba Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, 1888-1900</li><li>Sandy R. Barron</li><li>Chapter 7</li><li>Remembering the Boys</li><li>Caroline E. M. Carrington-Decker</li><li>Chapter 8</li><li>"Someone in Toronto ... Paid Her Way Out Here": Indentured Labour and Medical Deportation-The Precarious Work of Single Women</li><li>Natalie Spagnuolo</li><li>Chapter 9</li><li>Service Clubs and the Emergence of Societies for Crippled Children in Canada: The Rise of the Ontario Society for Crippled Children, 1920-1940</li><li>Roy Hanes</li><li>Section III: Into the Mid-twentieth Century</li><li>Chapter 10</li><li>Work, Education, and Privilege: An Alberta City's Parasitical Relationship to Its Total Institution for "Mental Defectives"</li><li>Claudia Malacrida</li><li>Chapter 11</li><li>Disability as Social Threat: Examining the Social Justice Implications of Canada's Eugenic History</li><li>Phillip B. Turcotte</li><li>Chapter 12</li><li>The Impact of Ventilation Technology: Contrasting Consumer and Professional Perspectives</li><li>Joseph Kaufert and David Locker</li><li>Section IV: The 1960s to the 1980s</li><li>Chapter 13</li><li>Je me souviens: The Hegemony of Stairs in the Montreal Metro</li><li>Laurence Parent</li><li>Chapter 14</li><li>Organizing for Change: The Origins and History of the Manitoba League of the Physically Handicapped, 1967-1982</li><li>Diane Driedger</li><li>Chapter 15</li><li>The Council of Canadians with Disabilities: A Voice of Our Own, 1976-2012</li><li>April D'Aubin</li><li>Chapter 16</li><li>Building an Accessible House of Labour: Work, Disability Rights, and the Canadian Labour Movement</li><li>Dustin Galer</li><li>Chapter 17</li><li>Justin Clark and the Writ of Habeas Corpus</li><li>Marilou McPhedran</li><li>Section V: To the End of the Twentieth Century and Beyond</li><li>Chapter 18</li><li>Winnipeg Community Centre of the Deaf: Program Development as Community Development</li><li>Charlotte Enns, Bruce Koskie, Rita Bomak, and Gregory Evans</li><li>Chapter 19</li><li>History of Science and Technology and Canadians with Disabilities</li><li>Gregor Wolbring and Natalie Ball</li><li>Chapter 20</li><li>"Like Alice through the Looking Glass" II: The Struggle for Accommodation Continues</li><li>Vera Chouinard</li><li>Chapter 21</li><li>Triple Jeopardy: Native Women with Disabilities</li><li>Doreen Demas</li><li>Chapter 22</li><li>The Community Inclusion Project in Manitoba: Planning for the Residents of the Pelican Lake Training Centre</li><li>Zana Marie Lutfiyya, Dale C. Kendel, and Karen D. Schwartz</li><li>Chapter 23</li><li>Living in the Midst: Re-imagining Disability through Auto/biography</li><li>Kelly McGillivray</li><li>Contributors</li><li>Copyright Acknowledgements</li><li><ul></ul></li></ul>

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