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Disability on Equal Terms presents an authoritative collection of writings that examine and challenge traditional notions of disability. Edited and written by leading experts in the field, the book offers a multidisciplinary approach to disability studies, incorporating perspectives from a wide range of health and social care services, as well as a distinct and unique emphasis on the personal testimonies of disabled people themselves.

Choices, Rights and Cabaret: Disability Arts and Collective Identity
Choices, rights and cabaret: Disability arts and collective identity
Disability Arts Antecedents

There have always, of course, been great artists with impairments. These are not forgotten figures; this is not the same issue as that which occurs in women's art, where feminist art historians have laboured to research the careers of women artists whose achievements had been sidelined, uncovering work that has been unjustly forgotten about. Many ...

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