[Hpn] Disability topical books

Thomas Cagle nh-adapt@juno.com
Mon, 27 Nov 2000 05:48:02 -0500


Possible reads for MSW students


From: Teresa Carroll <tcarroll@ROCHESTER.RR.COM>


The following books were listed in the disability Tribune/Oct.issue.
 http: //www.daa.org.uk

A History Of Disability by Henri-Jacques Stiker, published why the
University of Michigan Press


Don't tell the patient: behind the drug's safety net by Bill Inman ,
published by  Highland Park productions

Revels in madness: insanity in medicine and literature by Allen Thiher,
published by the University of Michigan press

"Defects": Engineering the modern body, by Helen Deutsh & Fellicity
Nussbaum, published by the University of Michigan Press

Points of contact: disability, art and culture, Susan Crutchfield and
Marcy
Epstein, published by the University of Michigan Press

unlocking the future: developing new lifestyles with people who have a
complex disabilities, Barbara Mcintosh and Andrea whittaker, King's fund

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