Ebooks for Equity: “Reframing Disability in Manga” by Yoshiko Okuyama

This week’s Ebook for Equity is “Reframing Disability in Manga” by Yoshiko Okuyama! From the description, this book “analyzes popular Japanese manga published from the 1990s to the present that portray the everyday lives of adults and children with disabilities in an ableist society. It focuses on five representative conditions currently classified as shōgai (disabilities) in Japan—deafness, blindness, paraplegia, autism, and gender identity disorder—and explores the complexities and sociocultural issues surrounding each.” Here’s the link, and let us know if you run into any problems using it!


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