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Articles (click on title to go to full article)
Reflections on the Power of the Pen – Issue 2 Editorial
Anna Lawson and Angharad E. Beckett
Disability, Justice and Freedom as Non-Domination
Spivak and Rethinking the Agency of Disabled Children
Independent Living as a Counter-Narrative: A Work of Resistance and Repair
Quick Trust and Slow Time: Relational Innovations in Disability Performing Arts Practice
Bree Hadley, Eddie Paterson and Madeleine Little
More than Medals: A History of the Paralympics and Disability Sports in Postwar Japan by Dennis J. Frost (Cornell University Press, 2020), 336pp.
Book Review Short
“More than Medals is a meticulously researched book with rich information, including interviews with key people and literature reviews, deep analyses, and powerful insights. It is very readable as well. For me, this book has been a source of great delight. Watching athletes with disabilities in major TV commercial messages, that are now fairly common, I feel a certain progress. But retaining the legacy beyond the Tokyo Games in Japan will ‘take a lot of work’ (Frost, 2020: 245) and this book tells us how we can continue our work in Japan and beyond.”
| Nagase Osamu
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