Moving the Social - Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements (Mitteilungsblatt des Instituts für soziale Bewegungen)

No. 53 (2015) - Disability Movements: National Policies and Transnational Perspectives


Jan Stoll

Disability Movements: National Policies and Transnational Perspectives - Introductory Remarks, pp. 5-10.
Anne Klein
Govering Madness - Transforming Psychiatry: Disability History and the Formation of Cultural Knowledge in West Germany in the 1970s and 1980s, pp. 11-37.
Monika Baár
Informal Networks, International Developments and the Founding of the First Interest-Representing Associations of Disabled People in Hungary in the Late Socialist Period (1970s-1980s),  pp. 39-62.
Jan Stoll
The German Disability Movement as a Transnational , Entangled New Social Movement, pp. 63-86.
Paul van Trigt
A Blind Spot of a Guiding Country? Human Rights and Dutch Disabilty Groups since 1981, pp. 87-102.
Anne Waldschmidt / Anemari Karačić / Andreas Sturm / Timo Dins "Nothing About Us Without Us": Disability Rights Activism in European Countries - A Comparative Analysis, pp. 103-137.
Sebastian Weinert Review Article: Disability Movements - A Growing Field of Research?, pp. 139-155.