Disability and Religious Diversity

Disability and Religious Diversity

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qThis edited collection critically examines how diverse religions of the world represent and respond to disability and/or chronic illness. Contributors incorporate literature and theoretical analysis from the field of disability studies resulting in a comparative text reflecting multicultural, interdisciplinary and inter-religious attitudes and perspectives. The book is appealing to a broad readership including members of the disabled community, scholars and students from the disciplines of religious studies, disability studies and cultural studies, social service and healthcare professionals, and religious practitioners from distinctive traditions. Multiple contributors approach their writing from the perspective of living with some form of disability or chronic illnessq--Abigail Schindler received a Mastera#39;s of Science in Disability Studies from the University of Illinois at Chicago in May 2010. ... Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA, and her PhD in Religion, Ethics, and Society from Vanderbilt University.


Title:Disability and Religious Diversity
Author: Darla Schumm, Stoltzfus Michael Schumm Darla y, Michael Stoltzfus
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-10-25
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