Why disability tropes matter: supercrips and accommodations (reading circle)

Reading circle:

Why disability tropes matter: supercrips and accommodations, by S.E. Smith (2011)

21. February 2014

18:00

In a world where each disabled person is taken as a representative of the whole and the voice of the least inconvenient disabled person is believed to be the best authority, the ‘supercrip’ has very real and very dangerous consequences.

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