Volume 50, Number 2, Summer 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Blackness & Disability

Guest Editor: Therí A. Pickens

Blue Blackness, Black Blueness: Making Sense of Blackness and Disability

pp. 93-103
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Black Like Dis(ability)

Unvictimizable: Toward a Fat Black Disability Studies

pp. 105-121
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The Absent Presence of Elsie Lacks: Hauntings at the Intersection of Race, Class, Gender, and Disability

pp. 123-137
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Inked in Black and Blue

Interpreting Disability Metaphor and Race in Octavia Butler's "The Evening and the Morning and the Night"

pp. 139-151
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Tryin' to Scrub that "Death Pussy" Clean Again: The Pleasures of Domesticating HIV/AIDS in Pearl Cleage's Fiction

pp. 153-168
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(Un)necessary Procedures: Black Women, Disability, and Work in Grey's Anatomy

pp. 169-183
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Reserved Public Space

Jim Crow's Disabilities: Racial Injury, Immobility, and the "Terrible Handicap" in the Literature of James Weldon Johnson

pp. 185-201
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Blind Like Me: John Howard Griffin, Disability, Intersectionality, and Civil Rights in Postwar America

pp. 203-219
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Avonte's Law: Autism, Wandering, and the Racial Surveillance of Neurological Difference

pp. 221-235
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Poetry

The Undying

p. 237
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Flavio da Silva, Rio de Janeiro, 1961

pp. 238-239
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Book Reviews

A Disability History of the United States by Kim E. Nielsen (review)

pp. 241-242
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New Body Politics: Narrating Arab and Black Identity in the Contemporary United States by Therí A. Pickens (review)

pp. 243-244
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Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada ed. by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman, and Allison C. Carey (review)

pp. 244-246
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Disability and Difference in Global Contexts: Enabling a Transformative Body Politic by Nirmala Erevelles (review)

pp. 246-248
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Contributors

pp. 249-250
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