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Re-Presenting Disability
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Part 1: New Ways of Seeing 1. Activist Practice Richard Sandell and Jocelyn Dodd 2. Picturing People with Disabilities: Classical Portraiture as Reconstructive Narrative Rosemarie Garland-Thomson 3. Agents at Angkor Lain Hart 4. See No Evil Victoria Phiri 5. Ghosts in the War Museum Ana Carden-Coyne 6. Behind the Shadow of Merrick David Hevey 7. Disability Reframed: Challenging Visitor Perceptions in the Museum Jocelyn Dodd, Ceri Jones, Debbie Jolly and Richard Sandell Part 2: Interpretive Journeys and Experiments 8. To Label the Label? `Learning Disability' and Exhibiting `Critical Proximity' Helen Graham 9. Hurting and Healing: Reflections on Representing Mental Illness in Museums. Jo Besley and Carol Low 10. Histories of Disability and Medicine: Reconciling Historical Narratives and Contemporary Values Julie Anderson and Lisa O'Sullivan 11. Revealing Moments: Representations of Disability and Sexuality Elizabeth Mariko Murray and Sarah Jacobs 12. The Red Wheelchair in the White Snowdrift Geraldine Chimirri-Russell 13. Face to Face: Exhibiting and Interpreting Facial Disfigurement in a Museum Context Emma Chambers Part 3: Unsettling Practices 14. `Out from Under': A Brief History of Everything. Kathryn Church, Melanie Panitch, Catherine Frazee and Phaedra Livingstone 15. Transforming Practice: Disability Perspectives and the Museum Shari Rosenstein Werb and Tari Hartman Squire 16. Reciprocity, Accountability, Empowerment: Emancipatory Principles and Practices in the Museum Heather Hollins 17. Disability, Human Rights and the Public Gaze: the Losheng Story Museum Chia-Li Chen 18. A Museum for All? The Norwegian Museum of Deaf History and Culture Hanna Mellemsether 19. Collective Bodies: What Museums do for Disability Studies. Katherine Ott

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