Foucault and the Government of Disability
Tremain, Shelley ed. 2005 The University of Michigan Press，362p.
■Tremain, Shelley ed. 2005 Foucault and the Government of Disability，The University of Michigan Press，362p. ISBN-10:0472068768 ISBN-13:9780472068760 $32.50 [amazon]／[kinokuniya] ※ ds
Foucault and the Government of Disability is the first collection of essays to consider the relevance of Foucault to the phenomenon of disability, and the significance of disability studies to understanding and interpreting Foucault. This provocative international collection is a response to Foucault's call to question what is regarded as natural, inevitable, ethical, and liberating; hence, contributors draw on Foucault to scrutinize a range of widely endorsed practices and ideas surrounding disability, including rehabilitation, community care, impairment, normality and abnormality, inclusion, prevention, accommodation, and special education.
The book presents a broad spectrum of approaches, disciplines, and perspectives, making this an important and distinctive addition to the burgeoning fields of disability studies and Foucault studies.
Shelley Tremain teaches in the Philosophy Department of the University of Toronto at Mississauga.
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Foreword by Ladelle McWhorter ... xiii
Foucault, Governmentality, and Critical Disability Theory: An Introduction ... 1 (26)
I. Epistemologies and Ontologies
Subjected Bodies: Paraplegia, Rehabilitation, and the Politics of Movement ... 27 (18)
Signs of Reason: Rivière, Facilitated Communication, and the Crisis of the Subject ... 45 (20)
Truth, Power, and Ethics in Care Services for People with Learning Difficulties ... 65 (13)
What Can a Foucauldian Analysis Contribute to Disability Theory? ... 78 (15)
Foucault's Nominalism ... 93 (15)
FIONA KUMARI CAMPBELL
Legislating Disability: Negative Ontologies and the Government of Legal Identities ... 108 (25)
Docile Bodies, Docile Minds. Foucauldian Reflections on Mental Retardation ... 133 (20)
Uncommon Schools: Institutionalising Deafness in Early-Nineteenth-Century America ... 153 (19)
The Phenomene's Dilemma: Teratology and the Policing of Human Anomalies in Nineteenth-and Early-Twentieth-Century Paris ... 172 (20)
Who Is Normal? Who Is Deviant? "Normality" and "Risk" in Genetic Diagnostics and Counseling ... 192 (16)
MAARTEN SIMONS AND JAN MASSCHELEIN
Inclusive Education for Exclusive Pupils: A Critical Analysis of the Government of the Exceptional ... 208 (21)
Supported Living and the Production of Individuals ... 229 (16)
CAROLYN ANNE ANDERSON
Real and Ideal Spaces of Disability in American Stadiums and Arenas ... 245 (16)
GERARD GOGGIN AND CHRISTOPHER NEWELL
Foucault on the Phone. Disability and the Mobility of Government ... 261 (20)
IV Ethics and Politics
Inclusion as an Ethical Project ... 281 (17)
KATHRYN PAULY MORGAN
Gender Police ... 298 (31)
Contributors ... 329 (4)
Index ... 333
"A serious step forward not only for disability studies but for the range of theoretical positions associated with Foucault. Foucault and the Government of Disability will provide for years to come a basis for rethinking Foucault's impact on social theory as well as a foundation for active political struggle against the oppression of people with disabilities."
- Tobin Siebers, University of Michigan
"Testimony to the enduring power of Foucault's work to stimulate new ways of thinking about and resisting the pernicious effects of normalization within modern societies. . . . Critically engaging Foucault as well as received interpretations of his work, this collection is intended for readers of Foucault as well as critical disability theorists. It delivers on its promise to stimulate us to think differently about both disability and Foucault."
- Jana Sawicki, Williams College
"This book should be a mandatory read for anyone interested in contemporary philosophical debates surrounding the experience of disability. From bioethics, inclusive education, to politics, Foucault and the Government of Disability provides the reader with both a thorough background in, as well as foreshadowing of the future, of disability theory."
- Christopher A. Riddle, Queen's University
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