UWaterloo English’s own Jay Dolmage has been speaking out on the representation of disability in recent films like The Theory of Everything and Still Alice. As the editor of The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies and the author of the award-winning book Disability Rhetoric, this is a matter in which he is deeply invested. For his recent piece in the Waterloo Record, “Hollywood mustn’t shut out disabled” see here.
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