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Biopolitics and Historic Justice
Coming to Terms with the Injuries of Normality
»Biopolitics and Historic Justice« examines the challenges of coming to terms with human rights violations based on norms of health, fitness, and productivity.
The Politics of Diabetes Diagnostics in Uganda
This book asks how the glucometer, the often only choice to diagnose diabetes in Uganda, contributes to the making of this disease in a setting with weak health infrastructure.
Culture – Theory – Disability
Encounters between Disability Studies and Cultural Studies
How can Cultural and Disability Studies stimulate each other? This essential volume addresses a variety of overlaps and resonances.
From Pathology to Public Sphere
The German Deaf Movement 1848-1914
How do deaf people communicate? A history of the German deaf movement from education by means of spoken language to the struggle for Sign Language and the consolidation of a community.