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The Resource Bioarchaeology of impairment and disability : theoretical, ethnohistorical, and methodological perspectives, Jennifer Byrnes, Jennifer Muller, editors, (electronic book)

Bioarchaeology of impairment and disability : theoretical, ethnohistorical, and methodological perspectives, Jennifer Byrnes, Jennifer Muller, editors, (electronic book)

Label
Bioarchaeology of impairment and disability : theoretical, ethnohistorical, and methodological perspectives
Title
Bioarchaeology of impairment and disability
Title remainder
theoretical, ethnohistorical, and methodological perspectives
Statement of responsibility
Jennifer Byrnes, Jennifer Muller, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
YDX
Dewey number
930.1
Index
index present
LC call number
CC79.5.H85
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Byrnes, Jennifer
  • Muller, Jennifer
Series statement
Bioarchaeology and social theory
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  • Human remains (Archaeology)
  • People with disabilities
  • Ethnoarchaeology
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Label
Bioarchaeology of impairment and disability : theoretical, ethnohistorical, and methodological perspectives, Jennifer Byrnes, Jennifer Muller, editors, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Foreword; Contents; Editors and Contributors; 1 Mind the Gap: Bridging Disability Studies and Bioarchaeology-An Introduction; A Brief Introduction to Disability Studies and Theory; Bioarchaeology and Disability; Organization of the Volume; Part I: Theoretical Perspectives on Impairment and Disability; Part II: Ethnohistorical Interpretations: Ability, Disability, and Alternate Ability; Part III: Quantitative Methods in Impairment and Disability: Bioarchaeological Approaches; Part IV: Case Studies of Impairment and Disability in the Past; Acknowledgements; References
  • Theoretical Perspectives on Impairment and Disability2 Accommodating Critical Disability Studies in Bioarchaeology; Introduction; Bioarchaeology: Toward Engaging with Disability Studies; Models of Disability and Bioarchaeology; Critical Disability Studies and Bioarchaeology; The Construction of Impairment; The Employment of Foucauldian Approaches to Disability; The Bioarchaeology of Care and Critical Disability Studies; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 3 Consideration of Disability from the Perspective of the Medical Model; Disability Features; Individual Differences
  • Social EnvironmentNarratives from a Physical Therapist; Summary; Acknowledgements; References; 4 Historiography of Disablement and the South Asian Context: The Case of Shah Daula's Chuhas; Introduction; Disability History of the South Asian Context; Shah Daula's Chuhas as Objects of Disability History; Of Rational Explanations and Irrational Practices; 'Cross-Cultural Misidentification'; Chuhas as Manifestations of Culturally Specific Psychiatric Conditions; Disability on a Different Model?; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References
  • Ethnohistorical Interpretations: Ability, Disability, and Alternate Ability5 Differently Abled: Africanisms, Disability, and Power in the Age of Transatlantic Slavery; Introduction; Literature Review; Africanizing "Impairment" and "Disability"; Social Power and Differently Abled Bodyminds in Precolonial West Africa; New World Echoes of Differently Abled Bodyminds; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; 6 Kojo's Dis/Ability: The Interpretation of Spinal Pathology in the Context of an Eighteenth-Century Jamaican Maroon Community; Introduction; Theory; Historical Context
  • Somewhat a Majestic Look: The Sketch of a ManHistorical Sources; Primary Written History; Secondary and Derivative Written History; Maroon Oral Traditions; Body Differences in Africa and the Diaspora; Discussion and Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; 7 Rendered Unfit: "Defective" Children in the Erie County Poorhouse; Introduction; The Establishment of New York State County Poorhouses; Child-Saving, Hereditary Pauperism, and the Children's Law of 1875; Removal of Children from the Poorhouse; "Unfit" Children; Savior Children and "Defective" Children
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319569482
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn992780695
Label
Bioarchaeology of impairment and disability : theoretical, ethnohistorical, and methodological perspectives, Jennifer Byrnes, Jennifer Muller, editors, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Foreword; Contents; Editors and Contributors; 1 Mind the Gap: Bridging Disability Studies and Bioarchaeology-An Introduction; A Brief Introduction to Disability Studies and Theory; Bioarchaeology and Disability; Organization of the Volume; Part I: Theoretical Perspectives on Impairment and Disability; Part II: Ethnohistorical Interpretations: Ability, Disability, and Alternate Ability; Part III: Quantitative Methods in Impairment and Disability: Bioarchaeological Approaches; Part IV: Case Studies of Impairment and Disability in the Past; Acknowledgements; References
  • Theoretical Perspectives on Impairment and Disability2 Accommodating Critical Disability Studies in Bioarchaeology; Introduction; Bioarchaeology: Toward Engaging with Disability Studies; Models of Disability and Bioarchaeology; Critical Disability Studies and Bioarchaeology; The Construction of Impairment; The Employment of Foucauldian Approaches to Disability; The Bioarchaeology of Care and Critical Disability Studies; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 3 Consideration of Disability from the Perspective of the Medical Model; Disability Features; Individual Differences
  • Social EnvironmentNarratives from a Physical Therapist; Summary; Acknowledgements; References; 4 Historiography of Disablement and the South Asian Context: The Case of Shah Daula's Chuhas; Introduction; Disability History of the South Asian Context; Shah Daula's Chuhas as Objects of Disability History; Of Rational Explanations and Irrational Practices; 'Cross-Cultural Misidentification'; Chuhas as Manifestations of Culturally Specific Psychiatric Conditions; Disability on a Different Model?; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References
  • Ethnohistorical Interpretations: Ability, Disability, and Alternate Ability5 Differently Abled: Africanisms, Disability, and Power in the Age of Transatlantic Slavery; Introduction; Literature Review; Africanizing "Impairment" and "Disability"; Social Power and Differently Abled Bodyminds in Precolonial West Africa; New World Echoes of Differently Abled Bodyminds; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; 6 Kojo's Dis/Ability: The Interpretation of Spinal Pathology in the Context of an Eighteenth-Century Jamaican Maroon Community; Introduction; Theory; Historical Context
  • Somewhat a Majestic Look: The Sketch of a ManHistorical Sources; Primary Written History; Secondary and Derivative Written History; Maroon Oral Traditions; Body Differences in Africa and the Diaspora; Discussion and Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; 7 Rendered Unfit: "Defective" Children in the Erie County Poorhouse; Introduction; The Establishment of New York State County Poorhouses; Child-Saving, Hereditary Pauperism, and the Children's Law of 1875; Removal of Children from the Poorhouse; "Unfit" Children; Savior Children and "Defective" Children
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319569482
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn992780695

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