TeenVogue: What It's Like to Be a Disabled Model in the Fashion Industry SEP 5, 2018. TeenVogue Cover photo of a black woman wearing a white and blue flowered headdress and oversized coat. She is an amputee and stands regally on one leg on a blue pedestal. The words "The New Faces of Fashion" appear to the right of her.

Week 8: Design and Fashion: Making it Work PART 2

10/23, Tuesday:

Guffey, Elizabeth E. “A Critical Design (1990 – Today).” In Designing Disability: Symbols,       Space, and Society, 161–186, 2018.

Review the “Accessible Icon Project” here: http://accessibleicon.org

10/25, Thursday:

Smith, Marquard. “The Vulnerable Articulate- James Gillingham, Aimee Mullins, and Matthew Barney.” In The Prosthetic Impulse: From a Posthuman Present to a Biocultural Future, edited by Marquard Smith and Joanne Morra, 43–72. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2006.

Review the alternative limb project: http://www.thealternativelimbproject.com

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