Alex Henry is a PhD candidate at Leeds University, working on a crip and feminist disability studies analysis of undiagnosed chronic illness in 21st Century British women’s writing. In the second part of this auto-theoretical
Alex Henry is a PhD candidate at Leeds University, working on a crip and feminist disability studies analysis of undiagnosed chronic illness in 21st Century British women’s writing. In this two-part auto-theoretical piece, he
Following last week’s introduction to the Differing Bodyminds – Choreographing New Pathways event, disability scholars Lisanne Meinen, Gert-Jan Vanaken and Tessa Vannieuwenhuyze review the presentations from their groundbreaking symposium and doctoral school, which sought to establish the position
Disability scholars Lisanne Meinen, Gert-Jan Vanaken and Tessa Vannieuwenhuyze describe the challenges that shaped Differing Bodyminds – Choreographing New Pathways, the first official event on crip theory in Flanders. Introducing novel ideas in uncharted
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