About once a month, the UC Davis Disability Studies blog posts a listing of recently published historical articles about disability (somewhat broadly defined).
This month, the list includes:
Brownlee, Kimberly, “Treatment of the Mentally Ill in Northwest Ohio: The Lucas County Infirmary and Poor Farm and the Toledo State Hospital,” _Northwest Ohio History_ 79(Fall 2011): 1-14.Ferlito, Susanna. “Hysteria’s Upheavals: Emotional Fault Lines in Cristina di Belgiojoso’s Health History,” _Modern Italy_ 17(2)(2012): 157-170.Grimsley-Smith, Melinda. “Revisiting a ‘Demographic Freak’: Irish Asylums and Hidden Hunger,” _Social History of Medicine_ 25(2)(2012): 307-323.Munyi, Chomba Wa. “Past and Present Perceptions Towards Disability: A Historical Perspective,” _Disability Studies Quarterly_ 32(2) (2012): online open access here: http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/3197York, Sarah. “Alienists, Attendants, and the Containment of Suicide in Public Lunatic Asylums, 1845-1890,” _Social History of Medicine_ 25(2)(2012): 324-342.
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