Disability in Nineteenth-Century American Archives

Amanda Stuckey

York College of Pennsylvania

Amanda Stuckey is Lecturer of English at York College of Pennsylvania, where she teaches courses on early American literature, American culture and identity, and genre studies. She has presented and published on disability studies, comparative media studies, and reception studies, research areas that have received support from the American Antiquarian Society, the Omohundro Institute, and the American Printing History Association, among others. She also serves as the digital media coordinator for Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers. She is currently working on a project on the intersections of book history and disability in the nineteenth century.


In "Decoding Disability in Nineteenth-Century American Archives," Amanda Stuckey describes a class project that asks students to attend to the methods by which we access archival holdings. Examining the platforms and keywords... [ view full abstract ]


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