||Part I. Histories/narratives : Disabling the flâneur / David Serlin -- The body, disability and Le Corbusier's conception of the radiant environment / Rob Imrie -- A critical condition / Paul Hunt -- Lying down anyhow: disability and the rebel body / Liz Crow -- Blinding the power of sight / Rod Michalko -- Part II. Theory and criticism : Disability aesthetics / Tobin Siebers -- The body as a problem of individuality: a phenomenological disability studies approach / Tanya Titchkosky and Rod Michalko -- Designing collective access: a feminist disability theory of universal design / Aimi Hamraie -- More than access: overcoming limits in architectural and disability discourse / J. Kent Fitzsimons -- From steep steps to retrofit to universal design, from collapse to austerity: neo-liberal spaces of disability / Jay Dolmage -- Part III. Education : Including architecture: what difference can we make? / Stefan White -- Diagramming for a dis/ordinary architecture / Jos Boys -- Un/shared space: the dilemma of inclusive architecture / Margaret Price -- The collapsing lecture / Aaron Williamson -- Part IV. Technologies/materialities : Where does the person end and the technology begin? / Peter Anderberg -- The prosthetic imagination: enabling and disabling the prosthesis trope / S. Lochlann Jain -- Electric moms and quad drivers: people with disabilities buying, making, and using technology in postwar America / Bess Williamson -- Pissing without pity: disability, gender and the public toilet / David Serlin -- Disability and the promises of technology: technology, subjectivity and embodiment within an order of the normal / Ingunn Moser -- Practices and projects : Deaf space / Todd Byrd -- Along disabled lines: claiming spatial agency through installation art / Amanda Cachia -- The ramp house: building inclusivity / Thea McMillan with Katie Lloyd Thomas -- Resistant sitting / Sophie Handler -- Notes on and inclined plane: slope: intercept / Sara Hendren.
||'Disability, Space, Architecture' takes a ground-breaking approach to exploring the inter-connections between disability, architecture and cities. The contributions come from architecture, geography, anthropology, health studies, English language and literature, art history, disability studies and disability arts and cover personal, theoretical, and innovative ideas and work.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-309) and index.|
|ISBN||9781138676428 (hbk. ; alk. paper)|
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