Disability in Popular Culture
The Disability in Popular Culture series features original scholarship exploring the representation of people with disabilities in art, literature, and culture. It encompasses a variety of approaches and methodologies which feature a cultural studies approach to understanding the concept of disability and its different portrayals. The representations discussed may include literature, art, architecture, photography, music, craft, movies, television, social media, or web series. This series seeks to bring more academic discourse and understanding of the ways that culture depicts people with mental, sensory, developmental, or physical disabilities.


Editor(s): Erin Heath (erin.heath@gmail.com)
Staff editorial contact: Judith Lakamper (jlakamper@rowman.com)
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