Something for the weekend:
- CfP: Embodied and Socially Constructed?: Dis/ability in Media, Law, and History
- The social organisation of healthcare professionals’ knowledge and practices
- Do Professions Represent Competence for Entry-to-Practice in Similar Ways?
- From army barracks to shopping malls: how hospital design has been a matter of life and death
- Will the future of work be ethical?
- How To Avoid “Inspiration Porn” in disability
- Disability history podcast
- Skin matters: An interview with Marc Lafrance
- Gilles Deleuze’s Philosophy of Nature: System and Method in What is Philosophy?
- Disability, Rehabilitation, Welfare Policy and the British Ex-Service Migrant in Australia, 1918–39
- CfP: Towards a Global Sociology of Trans and Gender Diverse Health
- John Dewey, Nonhuman Agency, and the Possibility of a Posthuman Public
- A study of relationships between nursing and medicine in Britain and the United States of America, 1860-1914 (see Chapter VII on physiotherapy)
- The reality of walking for individuals with chronic lower back pain
And for an extra treat for the holidays… Exhaustion: A history