When I first moved to one of California’s beautiful seaside cities, a friend from a less self-consciously glamorous part of the country asked as she watched the young and fit lounging on the grass under palm trees, “Where are all the ugly people?” The question tapped depths she hardly dreamed of.
Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late Modernity
Spirit and the Politics of Disablement
Sharon V. Betcher
Vulnerable Communion: A Theology of Disability and Hospitality
Backed by conservative Christians, the Florida legislature and Florida Governor Jeb Bush jumped into the case of Terri Schiavo, the 39-year-old women in a vegetative state since 1990. Her husband and legal guardian, Michael, claims Terri had expressed the desire not to have unusual measures used to keep her alive, and so he asked for her feeding tube to be removed.
Expecting Adam: A True Story of Birth, Rebirth, and Everyday Magic
Testing Women, Testing the Fetus: The Social Impact of Amniocentesis in America
The Future of the Disabled in Liberal Society: An Ethical Analysis