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Animating disability differently : mobilizing a heterotopian imagination

(2017) QUALITATIVE INQUIRY. 23(4). p.276-286
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This article takes up Goodley's challenge to explore the ways in which poststructuralist research methodologies open up new ways of thinking about encounters with disability. Working with the materiality of their own encounters with disability and the conceptual possibilities opened up in poststructuralist and new materialist thought, the six authors deconstruct the ability/disability binary through animating disability differently. They draw on memories generated in a collective biography workshop to explore the ways in which concepts, such as heterotopia, can be put to work to mobilize a humanity-in-common that is both multiple and open to differenciation, that is, to continuously becoming different.
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heterotopia, animation, differenciation, disability, collective biography, normativity

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MLA
De Schauwer, Elisabeth, et al. “Animating Disability Differently : Mobilizing a Heterotopian Imagination.” QUALITATIVE INQUIRY, vol. 23, no. 4, 2017, pp. 276–86, doi:10.1177/1077800416684871.
APA
De Schauwer, E., Van de Putte, I., Van Goidsenhoven, L., Blockmans, I., & Vandecasteele, M. (2017). Animating disability differently : mobilizing a heterotopian imagination. QUALITATIVE INQUIRY, 23(4), 276–286. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077800416684871
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De Schauwer, Elisabeth, Inge Van de Putte, Leni Van Goidsenhoven, Inge Blockmans, and Marieke Vandecasteele. 2017. “Animating Disability Differently : Mobilizing a Heterotopian Imagination.” QUALITATIVE INQUIRY 23 (4): 276–86. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077800416684871.
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De Schauwer, Elisabeth, Inge Van de Putte, Leni Van Goidsenhoven, Inge Blockmans, and Marieke Vandecasteele. 2017. “Animating Disability Differently : Mobilizing a Heterotopian Imagination.” QUALITATIVE INQUIRY 23 (4): 276–286. doi:10.1177/1077800416684871.
Vancouver
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De Schauwer E, Van de Putte I, Van Goidsenhoven L, Blockmans I, Vandecasteele M. Animating disability differently : mobilizing a heterotopian imagination. QUALITATIVE INQUIRY. 2017;23(4):276–86.
IEEE
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E. De Schauwer, I. Van de Putte, L. Van Goidsenhoven, I. Blockmans, and M. Vandecasteele, “Animating disability differently : mobilizing a heterotopian imagination,” QUALITATIVE INQUIRY, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 276–286, 2017.
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  author       = {{De Schauwer, Elisabeth and Van de Putte, Inge and Van Goidsenhoven, Leni and Blockmans, Inge and Vandecasteele, Marieke}},
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  number       = {{4}},
  pages        = {{276--286}},
  title        = {{Animating disability differently : mobilizing a heterotopian imagination}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1077800416684871}},
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