Cordula Nolte (Hg.): Dis/ability History Goes Public – Practices and Perspectives of Knowledge Transfer
2020, 504 pages
Dis/ability History Goes Public explores how an innovative, interdisciplinary field of research can be communicated. For the first time, this volume brings together experiments, initiatives and proposals that show how dis/ability history and dis/ability studies are made accessible to different constituencies and used for creating concrete and full participation of persons with disabilities. Essays from various academic disciplines and teaching backgrounds offer practice-oriented instructions for all those who want to combine research, communication and participation.
University of Bremen, Deutschland