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Volume 6, Number 3, 2012

Table of Contents

From Virginia’s Sister to Friday’s Silence: Presence, Metaphor, and the Persistence of Disability in Contemporary Writing

pp. 241-258

Blindness, Lockean Empiricism, and the Continent of Britain: An Examination of the Identities of Mr Spectator and Theseus in the Writings of Ved Mehta

pp. 259-274

“It Is Only with One’s Heart That One Can See Clearly”: The Loss of Sight in Teresa Medeiros’s The Bride and the Beast and Yours until Dawn

pp. 275-289

Stage Hands: Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus and the Agency of the Disabled Body in Text and Performance

pp. 291-306

Personal or Political?: Representations of Disability in Contemporary French Fiction

pp. 307-325

Comments from the Field

John Milton and Disability Studies in Literature Courses

pp. 327-339

Launch of the Centre for Medical Humanities, University of Leeds

pp. 341-343

Book Reviews

Reading Embodied Citizenship: Disability, Narrative, and the Body Politic (review)

pp. 345-348

Difference on Display: Diversity in Art, Science and Society (review)

pp. 348-351

About the Contributors

pp. 353-354

Index to Volume 6

pp. 355-356

Research Areas


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