2016 | Disability Activism: The Body as a Resistance Artefact, dans Mobilizing Metaphor: Art, Culture, and Disability Activism in Canada, University of British Columbia Press, pp.260-278.
Chapitre de livre
Mobilizing Metaphor illustrates how artistic and radical efforts are reshaping disability activism in Canada and, in the process, challenging dominant perceptions of disability.
Recent changes to Canadian disability policy have seen disability programs hampered by funding cuts and other austerity measures. But this oppression has also given new life to an already vibrant Canadian tradition of disability activism. Until now, research has focused on the legal and policy spheres and overlooked disability activism that expresses itself alongside and outside conventional policy reform, often through a variety of art forms.