Rosemarie Garland-Thomson: Author, Staring

Utne Reader visionary

| November-December 2009


Disabled people attract stares—and this social critic posits that the attention sometimes transforms a would-be stigma into empowerment.

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Learn more about Rosemarie Garland-Thomson at Emory University’s website, including where she’ll be speaking. You can also read an excerpt of her latest book on Google Books.

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