Editorial: Legacies: Burning Books A-Foot in Heaven?

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Steven E. Brown


David Pfeiffer, disability studies, disability culture


In the early 1990s, on a panel at a Society for Disability Studies annual meeting and trying to model in some way the AIDS quilt, I shared a few names and a couple of stories of friends who had passed on. Afterwards, people shared some of their own names and stories...
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Brown, S. E. (1995). Martyrs. Pain, plain and fancy rappings: Poetry from the Disability Culture. Las Cruces, NM: Institute on Disability Culture.

Brown, S. E. (2007). In Memoriam. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, III(4), 3.

Callahan, J. (1990). Don’t worry, he won’t get far on foot: The autobiography of a dangerous man. New York: Vintage.

Feingold, L. (2010). Paul Longmore: Giant of the disability rights movement (1946-2010). Retrieved from http://lflegal.com/2010/08/paul-longmore/

Longmore, P. K. (1988). The invention of George Washington. Berkeley: University of California.

Longmore, P. K. (2003). Why I burned my book and other essays on disability. Philadelphia, PA: Temple.

Longmore, P. K. & Umansky, L., Eds. (2001). The new disability history: American perspectives. New York University.