1. Introduction: How Representation Matters
  2. Christopher Krentz, Rebecca Sanchez
  3. pp. 125-132
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  1. Deaf People’s “Subtile Art”: Mabel Bell, Textual Deduction, and Cultural Representations of Lipreading
  2. Rachel Kolb
  3. pp. 133-149
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  1. Un-Telling “The Eugenist’s Tale”: Early Twentieth-Century Deaf Writers on A. G. Bell and Eugenics
  2. Kristen Harmon
  3. pp. 151-167
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  1. To Free Speech from Free Speech: Marxism, Mediation, and Disability Aesthetics in Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s A City of Sadness
  2. Hentyle Yapp
  3. pp. 169-185
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  1. “Where’s the Dummy?”: Deafness, Race, and Labor in Delores Phillips’s The Darkest Child
  2. Delia Steverson
  3. pp. 187-202
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  1. Text as a Cultural Archive: A Close Reading of Madan Vasishta’s Deaf in Delhi: A Memoir
  2. Mohaiminul Islam, Ujjwal Jana
  3. pp. 203-218
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  1. Siting Sound: Redistributing the Senses in Christine Sun Kim
  2. Michael Davidson
  3. pp. 219-237
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  1. “Labour Is Our Song!”: Deaf in the Bulgarian Socialist Work Utopia
  2. Ina Dimitrova
  3. pp. 239-243
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  1. Being a Crip Professor in the Time of Covid-19: A Modern Game of Medieval Chess?
  2. Miriamne Ara Krummel
  3. pp. 245-250
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  1. HandiLand: The Crippest Place on Earth by Elizabeth Wheeler (review)
  2. Chloë Hughes
  3. pp. 251-254
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  1. Victorian Bestseller: The Life of Dinah Craik by Karen Bourrier (review)
  2. Brenda Tyrrell
  3. pp. 255-258
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 259-261
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