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410. History, Form, and Theory of Early Modern Disability

Friday, 10 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., Los Angeles–Miami, Chicago Marriott

Program arranged by the Division on Disability Studies

Presiding: Elizabeth Bearden, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison

1. "Andrew Marvell and Renaissance Queer Crips," Allison Hobgood, Willamette Univ.

2. "Contagion and Cleanliness: The Creation of Female Disability in Early Modern Spanish Medical Discourses," Encarnación Juárez-Almendros, Univ. of Notre Dame

3. "'Foul Papers': Disabled Texts in Early Modern England," Kelly Neil, Univ. of California, Davis

4. "Disabled by Degrees: Relative Deviance in Thomas Hill's Contemplations of Mankinde," Jessica Tabak, Brown Univ.


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