Early-modern-disability -- Early Modern Disability Studies


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This listserve has been created in response to recent conversations about difference in the early modern period that have either overlooked or misidentified the disabled body. While Renaissance scholarship in the past decade has been interested in all sorts of new identity histories, too little work has been undertaken on the early modern disabled body as such. This listserve promotes, therefore, early modern disability studies as a productive theoretical lens that might reanimate existing scholarly dialogue about Renaissance subjectivities and motivate more politically invested classroom pedagogies. Conversation on the listserve will no doubt be broad as it explores the utility of disability studies to early modern scholarship, and vice versa. Please feel free to post, among other things, pertinent calls for papers, special topics, notable news items, publications, and general conversation about this burgeoning new field of study.

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