Podcast Episode 3 – Disabled Homemakers in Postwar America

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 3 (May 2018): Disabled Homemakers in Postwar America Dr. Laura Micheletti Puaca discusses her chapter, “The Largest Occupational Group of All the Disabled: Homemakers with Disabilities and Vocational Rehabilitation in Postwar America,” which was published in the collection Disabling Domesticity (2017) and won one of the Disability History Association’s publication… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 3 – Disabled Homemakers in Postwar America

Podcast Episode 2 – Blindness in French Fiction

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 2 (March 2018): Blindness in French Fiction Dr. Hannah Thompson discusses her new book, Reviewing Blindness in French Fiction, 1789-2013. Download mp3 file here. Download pdf transcript here. Dr Hannah Thompson (Hannah.thompson@rhul.ac.uk) is a Reader in French at Royal Holloway, University of London. She has published widely on nineteenth-century… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 2 – Blindness in French Fiction

Podcast Episode 1 – Disability and the Waltons

Disability History Association Podcast – Episode 1 (January 2018): Disability and The Waltons Haley Gienow-McConnell discusses her research on representations of disability in the hit 1970s TV show The Waltons. Download mp3 file here. Download pdf transcript here. Haley Gienow-McConnell is a PhD candidate at York University in Toronto, Ontario. Her research interests include cultural… Continue Reading Podcast Episode 1 – Disability and the Waltons