Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies

Comment from the Field

Lancaster Disability Research Conference 2018 (#CeDR18)

Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies (2019), 13, (2), 231–236.

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Aimes, C., Katy Evans, Dan Goodley, Kirsty Liddiard, Katherine Runswick-Cole, R. Spurr, Emma Vogelmann, Lucy Watts, and Sally Whitney. “Working the Edges of Posthuman Disability Studies: Theorising with Young Disabled People with Life-Limiting Impairments.” Children and Society (forthcoming). Google Scholar

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Evans, Katy

Whitney, Sally