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Embodied language: Deaf Theory, visual poetics, and American Modernism
“Embodied Language: Deaf Theory, Visual Poetics, and American Modernism” examines the intersection between American Modernism and Disability Studies, specifically the emerging field of Deaf Studies. By developing Deaf ...
The Birth of the Literary Clinic: Modernism, Bibliotherapy, and the Aesthetics of Health, 1916-1944
Focusing on the period between 1916 and 1944, “The Birth of the Literary Clinic: Modernism, Bibliotherapy, and the Aesthetics of Health,” traces the ways in which a range of early twentieth century American writers deployed ...