Legacy 30:1

Legacy 30:1

Edited by Jennifer S. Tuttle, Theresa Strouth Gaul, and Nicole Tonkovich

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SPECIAL ISSUE: Women Writing Disability
Michael Davidson, Guest Editor

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Editor's Note
Introduction: Women Writing Disability
Michael Davidson
The Benevolent Education of Maritime Laborers at America's First Schools for the Deaf
Mary Eyring
Freakery and the Discursive Limits of Be-ing in Julia Ward Howe's The Hermaphrodite
Nicole C. Livengood
Lyric Underheard: The Printed Voice of Laura Catherine Redden Searing
Jessica Lewis Luck
Ill Fated: The Disease of Racism in Julia Collins's The Curse of Caste
Sarah Schuetze
"What mighty transformations!": Disfigurement and Self-Improvement in Emma May Buckingham's A Self-Made Woman
Jaime Osterman Alves
"Dropping crooked into rhyme": Djuna Barnes's Disabled Poetics in The Book of Repulsive Women
Mary I. Unger
A Different Integration: Race and Disability in Early-Twentieth-Century African American Drama by Women
Ann M. Fox
Legacy Profile
Adele M. George Jewel Kerr (1834--?)
Rush Seitz and Laura Laffrado
Excerpt from A Brief Narrative of the Life of Miss Adele M. George, (Being Deaf and Dumb)
Adele M. George
Review Essay
Politics and Sympathy: Recognition and Action in Feminist Literary Disability Studies
Diane Price Herndl
Book Reviews
Love's Whipping Boy: Violence and Sentimentality in the American Imagination, by Elizabeth Barnes
Mary Louise Kete
Style, Gender, and Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century American Women's Writing, by Dorri Beam
Theo Davis
Novel Bondage: Slavery, Marriage, and Freedom in Nineteenth-Century America, by Tess Chakkalakal
Laura Korobkin   
Playing Smart: New York Women Writers and Modern Magazine Culture, by Catherine Keyser; and Out on Assignment: Newspaper Women and the Making of Modern Public Space, by Alice Fahs
Karen Roggenkamp