Podcast Episode 11 – Deafness, Quackery, and More!

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 11 (April 2019): Deafness, Quackery, and More! Jaipreet Virdi (University of Delaware) discusses her new book, the power of social media, teaching disability history, and more. Audio is not available for this episode. Please download the pdf transcript here. Jaipreet Virdi is an Assistant Professor of history of medicine,… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 11 – Deafness, Quackery, and More!

Podcast Episode 10 – Psychiatric Jim Crow

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 10 (March 2019): Psychiatric Jim Crow Ayah Nuriddin (Johns Hopkins University) discusses the history of Maryland’s Crownsville State Hospital. Download mp3 here.Download pdf transcript here. Ayah Nuriddin is a PhD candidate in the Department of the History of Medicine, and Graduate Fellow in the Center for Medical Humanities and… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 10 – Psychiatric Jim Crow

Podcast Episode 9 – The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 9 (February 2019): The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind Director Michael Hudson discusses the history of APH, the museum’s exhibits and collections, and accessible museum practice. Download mp3 file here.Download pdf transcript here. Mike Hudson has been the director of the Museum of the American Printing House… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 9 – The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind

Podcast Episode 8 – The Best Years of Our Lives

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 8 (January 2019): The Best Years of Our Lives Professor David Gerber (University of Buffalo) discusses this classic 1946 film about servicemen readjusting to civilian life after World War II. Download mp3 file here.Download pdf transcript here. Dr. David Gerber is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 8 – The Best Years of Our Lives

Podcast Episode 7 – Disability In the Early Republic

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 7 (December 2018): Martha Ann Honeywell: Art, Performance, and Disability in the Early Republic Dr. Laurel Daen discusses her award-winning article. Download mp3 file here.Download pdf transcript here. Dr. Laurel Daen is a National Endowment for the Humanities postdoctoral fellow at the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 7 – Disability In the Early Republic