Author: Diane Driedger, Editor

Diane Driedger has written extensively about the issues of women and people with disabilities over the past 30 years. Her book The Last Civil Rights Movement: Disabled Peoples' International was published in 1989. She has co-edited two international anthologies by disabled women and, most recently, co-edited with Michelle Owen Dissonant Disabilities: Women with Chronic Illnesses Explore Their Lives (2008). Diane is an educator, administrator, activist, a visual artist and poet, and holds a Ph.D. in Education. She lives in Winnipeg.

Living the Edges: A Disabled Women's Reader
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Living the Edges: A Disabled Women's Reader

Inanna Publications

Literary Nonfiction. Disability Studies. Poetry. Art. This collection brings together the diverse voices of women with various disabilities. The women speak frankly about the societal barriers they encounter in their everyday lives due to social att...

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