Nancy Hansen is one of the editors of The Routledge History of Disability and the director of the interdisciplinary master’s program in disability studies at the University of Manitoba.

A new book co-edited by a University of Manitoba professor is exploring the role people with disabilities have played throughout history in cultures across the world.

The Routledge History of Disability looks at how people with disabilities navigated life from ancient Greece to the current day — covering 28 periods in history, 20 countries and four continents.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/history-of-disability-book-1.4430150

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