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Introduction David Bolt Part 1: Challenging Institutional Avoidance: Systems and Education 1. Disability, Diversity and Diversion: Normalization and Avoidance in Higher Education David T. Mitchell 2. Disabling Policies and Exclusionary Infrastructures: A Critique of the AAUP Report Sushil Oswal 3. 'Crippled Inside?': Metaphors of Organisational Learning Difficulty Joel Petrie 4. Avoiding New Literacies: Ideology, Dyslexia, and Perceived Deficits Owen Barden 5. School Textbooks and the Avoidance of Disability: Emptied of Representation Alan Hodkinson Part 2: Challening Disciplinary Avoidance: The Case for Curricular Reform 6. Lessons in Critical Avoidance: Disability Studies and 'Special Educational Needs' Claire Penketh and Laura Waite 7. Words for Dignity: From Budapest to Berkeley and Back Rita Hoffmann and Maria Flamich 8. Validating Critical Avoidance: Professional Social Work, Mental Health Service Users/Survivors, and the Academy Kathy Boxall and Peter Beresford 9. Servicescapes, People, Brands, and Marketing Management: Looking to the Future of Consumer Disability Research Through Disability Studies Tom Coogan and Robert Cluley 10. Literary Disability Studies in Creative Writing: A Practical Approach to Theory Cath Nichols 11. Fabulous Invalids Together: Why Disability in Mainstream Theater Matters Ann M. Fox 12. Ahimsa and the Ethics of Caring: Gandhi's Spiritual Experiments with Truth via an Idea of a Vulnerable Human Body Hemachandran Karah Part 3: Challenging Critical Avoidance: Culture, Place, and Modernity 13. Disability Studies and Modern Responses to Stefan Zweig's Beware of Pity: Critics' Avoidance Emmeline Burdett 14. Avoiding Disability in Scottish Literary Studies? Scottish Studies, Ablenationalism, and Beyond Arianna Introna 15. How I Can Go On: Embracing Modernity's Displeasure with Beckett's Murphy Chris Ewart 16. Signifying Otherness in Modernity: The Subject of Disability in The Sun Also Rises and The Sound and the Fury Will Kanyusik 17. Epilogue Claire Penketh
Dr David Bolt is Associate Professor of Disability and Education at Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom. He completed his PhD in 2004 at the University of Staffordshire. He has authored, edited, and guest edited numerous works about disability, literary representation, culture, language, and education. Dr Claire Penketh is Principal lecturer in Disability and Education at Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom. She completed her PhD in 2010 at Goldsmiths College, University of London. She has authored work on disability, art education, policy, and culture.