Liz Manson: Reel : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Liz Manson: Reel

10 - 31 August 2020

Liz Manson: Reel

She...'is quite capable of telling her story.  However.....since the diagnosis of schizophrena necessarily supplants one's position as rhetor, she may tell her story, but no one can hear it' p47

'To be disabled mentally is to be disabled rhetorically.....That the mentally ill are treated as devoid of rhetoric would seem to me to be an obvious point: If people think you're crazy, they don't listen to you' p57

Prendergast, Catherine, 2001 "On the Rhetorics of Mental Disability" in Wilson, J C, Lewiecki-Wilson, C. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability and Language in Culture.  SIU Press. USA.

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