The Spectacle of Disability

Examination of how people with disabilities are represented in U.S. literature and culture. Ways in which these representations, along with the material realities of disabled people, frame society’s understanding of disability; the consequences of such formulations. Various media, including fiction, nonfiction, film, television, and memoirs, viewed through a wide range of analytical lenses.

Also AMST 406

Instructor: 
Undergraduate Course #: 
326
T 1:30pm-3:20pm
WR, Hu
Fall
2017