Disability in Disability Media Studies
Notable disability studies scholar Rachel Adams reviews the conversation staged in this volume, and identifies several features of the collection that point the way toward a disability media studies: the fruitful interplay between textual and non-textual approaches, the modeling of new forms of intersectionality, and the value of considering the specificity of media forms through the lens of disability. DMS, she argues, could benefit from more attention to historical media forms and non-Anglophone global media.
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