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Making Disability Modern: Design Histories brings together leading scholars from a range of disciplinary and national perspectives to examine how designed objects and spaces contributes to the meanings of ability and disability from the late 18th century to the present day, and in homes, offices, and schools to realms of national and international politics. The contributors reveal the social role of objects - particularly those designed for use by people with disabilities, such as walking sticks, wheelchairs, and ...

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    • Title: Making Disability Modern by Bess Williamson; Elizabeth Guffey
    • Publisher: Bloomsbury UK
    • Print ISBN: 9781350070424, 1350070424
    • eText ISBN: 9781350070448
    • Edition: 2020 1st edition
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