Meet our award-winning collection: Disability in the modern world

Some happy news to start the year: one of our digital collections, Disability in the Modern World, has been named Outstanding Academic Title 2020 by Choice Magazine. Clearly, we were ahead of the curve in acquiring it!

“No other products directly compete with Disability in the Modern World, given its special focus on disability studies…supporting diverse scholarship, Disability in the Modern World helps address a pressing need to further examine the history of disability through ‘a thoughtfully curated mix of primary and secondary sources from the field.’ Summing up: Highly recommended [for]…undergraduates through faculty.”

Choice Magazine, December 2020

About the collection

Disability in the Modern World: History of a Social Movement is a landmark collection of primary sources covering the history of the social movements surrounding disability. Its comprehensive and international set of resources enrich studies in a wide range of disciplines, from media studies to philosophy.

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