フーコーと障害の政治学<br>Foucault and the Government of Disability (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability)

フーコーと障害の政治学
Foucault and the Government of Disability (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability)

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780472068760
  • DDC分類 362.4092

基本説明

Gathers essays that variously demonstrate, assess, and evaluate the potential that Michel Foucault's insights have to illuminate understandings of the social phenomenon called "disability".

Full Description


"Foucault and the Government of Disability" is the first book-length investigation of the relevance and importance of the ideas of Michel Foucault to the field of disability studies-and vice versa. Over the last thirty years, politicized conceptions of disability have precipitated significant social change, including the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990, the redesign of urban landscapes, the appearance of closed-captioning on televisions, and the growing recognition that disabled people constitute a marginalized and disenfranchised constituency. The provocative essays in this volume respond to Foucault's call to question what is regarded as natural, inevitable, ethical, and liberating, while they challenge established understandings of Foucault's analyses and offer fresh approaches to his work. The book's roster of distinguished international contributors represents a broad range of disciplines and perspectives, making this a timely and necessary addition to the burgeoning field of disability studies. "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 Shelley Tremain teaches in the Philosophy Department of the University of Toronto at Mississauga.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Ladelle McWhorter                      xiii
SHELLEY TREMAIN
Foucault, Governmentality, and Critical 1 (26)
Disability Theory: An Introduction
I Epistemologies and Ontologies
MARTIN SULLIVAN
Subjected Bodies: Paraplegia, 27 (18)
Rehabilitation, and the Politics ofMovement
NIRMALA EREVELLES
Signs ofReason: Riviere, Facilitated 45 (20)
Communication, and the Crisis of the Subject
SCOTT YATES
Truth, Power, and Ethics in Care Services 65 (13)
for People with Learning Difficulties
BILL HUGHES
What Can a Foucauldian Analysis Contribute 78 (15)
to Disability Theory?
BARRY ALLEN
Foucault's Nominalism 93 (15)
FIONA KUMARI CAMPBELL
Legislating Disability: Negative Ontologies 108 (25)
and the Government of Legal Identities
II Histories
LICIA CARLSON
Docile Bodies, Docile Minds. Foucauldian 133 (20)
Reflections on Mental Retardation
JANE BERGER
Uncommon Schools: Institutionalising 153 (19)
Deafness in Early-Nineteenth-Century America
DIANA SNIGUROWICZ
The Phenomene's Dilemma: Teratology and the 172 (20)
Policing of Human Anomalies in Nineteenth-
and Early- Twentieth-Century Paris
III Governmentalities
ANNE WALDSCHMIDT
Who Is Normal? Who Is Deviant? "Normality" 192 (16)
and "Risk" in Genetic Diagnostics and
Counseling
MAARTEN SIMONS AND JAN MASSCHELEIN
Inclusive Education for Exclusive Pupils: A 208 (21)
Critical Analysis of the Government of the
Exceptional
CHRIS DRINKWATER
Supported Living and the Production of 229 (16)
Individuals
CAROLYN ANNE ANDERSON
Real and Ideal Spaces of Disability in 245 (16)
American Stadiums and Arenas
GERARD GOGGIN AND CHRISTOPHER NEWELL
Foucault on the Phone. Disability and the 261 (20)
Mobility of Government
IV Ethics and Politics
JULIE ALLAN
Inclusion as an Ethical Project 281 (17)
KATHRYN PAULY MORGAN
Gender Police 298 (31)
Contributors 329 (4)
Index 333