Enforcing-normalcy frontcover. Enforcing-normalcy Enforcing Normalcy. Disability, Deafness, and the Body. by Lennard J. Davis. Book Review: Lennard J. Davis’Enforcing Normalcy: Disability, Deafness and the Body. New York: Verso,. Michael L. Dorn. University of. Lennard Davis – Enforcing Normalcy: Disability, Deafness and the Body. “What does not occur to many people is that disability is not a minor.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your ennforcing here He discusses at length the artistic-erotic fragmentation of “the female form”. My library Help Advanced Book Search. What I’ve read seems fascinating. Davis discusses the implications of disability being projected onto racial and cult It pains me to give this four stars and not five; the insight there’s definitely an implied pun there, for those who’ve read the book provided is outstanding.
Lennard Davis – Enforcing Normalcy: Disability, Deafness and the Body
Brittany Aurelia rated it liked it Jun 18, Davis argues forcefully against ‘ableist’ discourse and for a complete recasting of the category of disability itself. And in the treatment of nudes and fragmented bodies in Western art, he shows how the ideal of physical wholeness is both demanded and denied in the classical aesthetics of representation.
User Review – Flag as inappropriate What I’ve read seems fascinating. By insisting that disability be added to the familiar triad of race, class, and gender, the book challenges progressives to expand the limits of their thinking about human oppression.
For this reason, he refrains from discussions on mental disabilities, because his focus is primarily physical. Bridget rated it it was amazing Mar 03, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Davis Limited preview – Preview — Enforcing Normalcy by Lennard J. Enforcing Normalcy surveys the emergence of a cluster of In a fascinating chapter on contemporary cultural theory, Davis explores the pitfalls of privileging the figure of sight in nomralcy the lennarrd of textuality.
By insisting that disability be added to the familiar triad of race, class and gender, the book challenges progressives to expand the limits of their thinking about human oppression.
In fact, disability is neither enforcinng absolute nor a binary term. Davis Limited preview – Where We Are and Where We Alex rated it it was amazing Apr 16, You are commenting using your WordPress. The specific form of bodily discrimination Davis is concerned with is ableism, which sees differences in bodies as negative.
Cushla Dargan rated it really liked it May 08, But I’ll definitely be referencing this —— and referencing those references listed by Davis —— quite a bit in my future studies. Becs rated it it was amazing Aug 19, Rosey rated it liked it May 31, The disabled body, with its missing or malformed limbs, is unsightly; prosthetics create an illusion of normalcy.