Book Chapter

“Disability Aesthetics: A Pedagogy for Teaching A Revisionist Art History,” in Sex, Identity, Aesthetics: The Work of Tobin Siebers and Disability Studies, edited by Cynthia Wu, Jina B. Kim, Joshua Kupetz, Crystal Lie

2020

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Bibliographic Reference

“Disability Aesthetics: A Pedagogy for Teaching A Revisionist Art History,” in Sex, Identity, Aesthetics: The Work of Tobin Siebers and Disability Studies, edited by Cynthia Wu, Jina B. Kim, Joshua Kupetz, Crystal Lie, University of Michigan Press, 2020.

This chapter will provide case studies from my own academic work through specific classes I have taught in order to shed light on how disability can be centered in the pedagogy for teaching art history. Like Siebers, I have aimed to rethink the very frameworks of how art history and art discourse in general judge bodies and by extension the work of certain kinds of bodies.