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Contents Acknowledgments Bonnie G. Smith Introduction I. Positions Critical Race Theory, Feminism, and Disability: Reflections on Social Justice and Personal Identity Adrienne Asch Why the Intersexed Shouldn't Be Fixed: Insights from Queer Theory and Disability Studies Sumi Colligan Interpreting Women Brenda Jo Brueggemann Integrating Disability, Transforming Feminist Theory Rosemarie Garland Thomson II. Desire and Identity Inseparable: Gender and Disability in the Amputee-Devotee Community Alison Kafer Fighting Polio Like a Man: Intersections of Masculinity, Disability, and Aging Daniel J. Wilson "Disability" and "Divorce": A Blind Parisian Cloth Merchant Contemplates His Options in 1756 Catherine J. Kudlick Bodies in Trouble : Identity, Embodiment and Disability Kristin Lindgren Disabled Masculinity: Expanding the Masculine Repertoire Russell P. Shuttleworth III. Arts and Embodiment Helen Keller's Love Life Georgina Kleege Feeling Her Way: Audre Lorde and the Power of Touch Sarah E. Chinn Disability, Gender and National Identity in the Painting of Frida Kahlo Robin Adèle Greeley "But, Mother-I'm-crippled!" Tennessee Williams, Queering Disability, and Dis/Membered Bodies in Performance Ann M. Fox IV. Citizens and Consumers Employment, the "Double Handicap," and political action among women with disabilities Lisa Schur Integrating Consumer Disabilities into Models of Information Processing: Color-vision Deficiencies and Their Effects on Women's Marketplace Choices Carol Kaufman-Scarborough Women and Emerging Disabilities Melissa J. McNeil and Thilo Kroll The Sexist Inheritance of the Disability Movement Corbett Joan O'Toole Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women with disabilities Congresses, Sociology of disability Congresses