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Disability Studies and Spanish CultureFilms, Novels, the Comic and the Public Exhibition$

Benjamin Fraser

Print publication date: 2013

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Disability Studies and Spanish Culture
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Liverpool University Press
able-bodied, x–xiii, xix–xx, 4, 29, 96, 99, 106–07, 109, 119, 159–60; See also cognitively abled
ableism, xiii, xxiii, 3, 16, 84, 119, 122, 129–30
ablenationalism, xvi
Abbott, S., 12–13, 76, 119, 131
ADA/Americans with Disabilities Act, x, 126–27; See also legislation, rights, UN/United Nations Convention
Adrià, Ferran, xx
aesthetics, xiii, xxvi, 36, 49, 94–95, 116n23; See also Siebers (Tobin)
affect, xxvii, 84, 106, 129, 133; See also tenderness (limits of)
Afinoguénova, Eugenia, 94
Alary, Viviane, 35–36
Alegre de la Rosa, Olga María, xxvii, 32n15
Almodóvar, Pedro, xiv, xviii, xxvii, 34; See also Movida
Amenábar, Alejandro, xiv
Anderson, Julie, xiv
Angelicomio, x, xv, xxv, 75–95, 97, 99, 103, 112, 157, 159–60:
autobiographical aspect of, 83
characters:
Ángel Patachicle, 82–83, 89–90, 114n14
Don Gregorio, 85–87, 89–90, 93, 114n13
El Gorila, 82–83, 90–92
Primitiva, 90–92, 114n15
narrative style in, 81–84, 91
and social model of disability, 83–95
(p.183) as string of stories, 84
Antebi, Susan, xiv, 71n3
Argadini literary contests, 165–67
Arguin, Martin, 142, 155n15
Art Brut, see Outsider Art
autism, xi, xv, xvii, xxi–xxii, xxiv, 34–71, 121, 148, 165:
behavioral/physical therapy, 69
characteristics of, 42–43, 49–50, 64, 70–71, 72n6
and film direction, 74n15
misunderstandings of, 40, 42–43
social response to, 50, 73n13
visual communication strategies, 56
autonomy, xi, xxiii, xxiv, 2, 6–12, 14–16, 18–19, 23, 25–27, 29, 69, 83, 88, 96–97, 99, 128, 143, 161–64, 166:
philosophical view of, 76–77
political dimensions, 76–77, 87, 89–90, 92–93 See also rights, UN/United Nations Convention
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 91
Balibrea, Mari Paz, 114n16
Balzola, Asun, xiv
Barker, Clare, xv
Barrera, Lola, xxvi, 15, 117–20, 124, 130, 132, 139
Barrón, Rebeca, 165
Bayó Belenguer, Susana, 94
Beattie, Keith, 61
Beaty, Bart, 35–36
Belinchón, Gregorio, 60
Berceo, Gonzalo de, 80
Bergson, Henri, 63
Berman, Margaret FInk, 37
Bermüdez, Xavier, 19–20, 33n19
Beronä, David A., 39
Bérubé, Michael, 158
Beyha, Betsy, 155n12
Birge, Sarah, xxiv
Blázquez Silva, Marc, 102
blind/blindness, xviii, xx, 151; See also ONCE, visual impairment
Bondy, Andy, 56, 69
Bonet, Juan Pablo, 112n4
Bonet Mojica, Lluis, 59
Boutot, E. Amanda, 56
Boyero, Carlos, 60, 70, 74n18
Britain, 22
Brosco, Jeffrey P., xi, 76
Brown, Roy I., 127
Brueggemann, B. J., 133
Buñuel, Luis, xxvii
Bub, Daniel N., 142, 156n15
Burke, Chris, 22, 167n2
Butler, Judith, 89
(p.184) Campa Palacio, Purificación, 166
Cano Conesa, Juan, 77, 80–84, 112n3, 113n89, 113n11, 114n1415
Cardinal, Roger, 120–22
Carey, Alison C., x, xxi
Carlson, Licia, x, xii–xiii, xx–xxi, xxiii, 2–4, 29n1, 80–81, 84, 88, 119, 122, 129–30, 135, 155n6, 162, 167n2
Cela, Camilo José, 80
Cercas, Javier, 99, 102, 108
cerebral palsy/paralysis, xv, 96, 106, 111, 114n17, 116n23, 124
Charlton, J. I., 136
chess, xxvi, 141, 148–54
Chicoine, B. A., 12, 119, 127
Chima, Félix O., 12, 76, 119, 127
cinematic excess, 140
Citron, T., 12, 119, 127
Claremont, Yasuko, 108, 116n27
clinical approach, 5, 7–8, 11, 68, 71, 118, 120, 129, 132, 135–38, 155n14, 156n19, 162, 168n6; See also medical model
cognitive disability, xiii, xxiv–xxv, 4, 117; See also intellectual disability
cognitively abled, x, xxiii, 2, 8, 10, 14, 27, 84, 119, 128–30, 135; See also able-bodied
Cohen, Michael, 36
comics, xxiv, 34–39:
abstractness and iconicity, 51–52, 73n14
American influence on Spain, xvii
and autobiography, 38–39, 60
and/vs. the cinema, 60
Comics Code in the US, 38
brief history of, 36
in Europe, 36
Fuga en la Modelo, 35, 47
as literature, 36
Makoki, 34–35, 37, 47, 60
the mundane in, 39
prizes, 35
comics artists, 73n14:
Chris Ware, 37
Harvey Pekar, 39, 60 See also Gallardo (Miguel), McCloud (Scott)
Connor, David J., 21
Contardi, A., 12, 119, 128
Conway, Madeline, xiv, 77–79, 82, 113n7, 113n10
corporeality, see body
Coslett, H. Branch, 142
Creative Growth Art Center, xxvi, 117–20, 123–28, 131–35, 137–39
Creative Growth Artists and staff:
Elliott, Richard, 154n3
Hall, Michael, 137
Hendrickson, Carl, 124, 128
Miller, Dan, 133, 155n5
Mitchell, Donald, 133, 155n5, 155n11
Peterson, Stan, 124, 137
Seventy, Silvia, 123, 154n3 See also Scott (Judith)
Cuadrado, Jesús, 34
cultural studies, ix, xiii, xxiii, 35, 139, 159; See also Vilarós (Teresa), Williams (Raymond)
Cumine, Val, 64
Davis, Lennard J., ix, xiii, 2–3, 29n1, 155n6, 162
deaf/deafness, xiv, xix, xix, xxvi–xxvii, 15, 30n3, 77–78, 85–86, 92, 112n4, 120, 133, 155n14:
as linguistic minority—capital ‘D’ Deaf, xxvii, 112n4 See also Bonet (Juan Pablo), Fraser (Benjamin), Lane (Harlan), Plann (Susan)
De la Iglesia, Álex, xiv
dependency, xi–xii, 2, 4, 10–11, 16–17, 27, 77, 96–97, 99, 103–04, 119, 127, 129, 130, 133, 135, 138; See also independence
Di Maria, Tom, 117, 123, 128, 134–35, 138
(p.185) disability:
and childhood, xxiv–xxv, 6, 75–112
and education, x, xxii, xxv, 1, 3, 6–7, 14, 16–17, 19, 21–23, 30n3, 32n18, 45, 76–80, 82, 85, 87
and employment, xxi, 7, 12–15, 19, 24, 77, 119, 125–27, 130
historical view, xii–xiii, 3, 22, 75–77, 87–88
love and, 2, 7–12, 90–91
and mistaken notion of a ‘cure’, xii, xxv, 88, 92–93, 99, 103, 106
personal tragedy model of, xii, 68
quantification of, 168n6
as relational, xii, xix–xx, 51, 93–94
rejection of metaphorical understanding, 105, 132–33
representations in culture, x, 79, 119, 132–39
reproductive health, 31n11
in media, 2, 5
social support of, x–xi, xviii–xx, 5, 20, 78, 81, 93, 112
heterogeneity of people with, xi
disability organizations (in Madrid), xviii–xix; See also ONCE
Disability Studies: ix–xv, 132;
and art, xiii
book series, xiv
as discipline, xiii, 21, 75
and Hispanic Studies, xiv–xvi, 3, 35, 157–59, 167n1
as interdisciplinary, ix–x
international reach of, xv–xvi
and philosophy, x, xii–xiii, 3
as political project, ix, xxii, 2–3, 15–16, 76–77, 84, 127, 132
disabled people:
as actors, xvii, xxiii, 19–20
inclusion/integration of, x, xxii, xxv, 1, 4, 6–7, 12–13, 16, 30n3, 78, 80, 82, 87, 95, 119–20, 123, 126–28, 131–32, 138–39, 161–62, 164, 167
invisibility of, xxi–xxii, 99, 158–62
marginalization of, xii, xiii, xvii, 1, 3, 126
and marriage, 12, 25–26
with multiple disabilities, xxv
in Spain, xix, 6
Dopico, Pablo, 35, 37
Down España, xx, xxiii, 6, 12, 32n12, 78
Down syndrome, xi, xv, xx–xxvii, 1–29, 120, 125–28, 131–33, 167, 167n2
characteristics of, 11–12
on film, 1–29, 32n15
language development, 24–25, 30n4
Dubuffet, Jean, 121; See also Cardinal (Roger), Outsider Art
Dueñas, Lola, 1, 10; See also Yo, también (characters: Laura)
Dunlea, M., 113n6
Echeverría, José Ignacio, 160–62
embodiment, See body
Enns, A., 5, 119, 133
Eribon, Didier, 87–89
esperpento, 80–81
Esposito, Roberto, 76
families (of disabled children), xii, 12, 14, 21–22, 25, 29, 45, 54, 83, 86, 90, 93, 96–98, 111, 114n13, 126; See also disability (and childhood), parents, siblings,
Farah, Martha J., 145, 148–49
Feijóo, Benito Jerónimo de, 112n4
feminism, xii, 3, 84, 112n1
Fernández de Castro, Félix, xxiv, 35, 49, 54, 58–71, 74n1516
Ferreira, Miguel A. V., 75–76, 78–79
fiber art, xvii, xxvi, 15, 117–18, 120, 123–24, 129, 133, 136
film festivals, 1, 33n19
films (on disability) xxiii:
1% esquizofrenia, xiv
Acción mutante, xiv, 113n7
El bosque del lobo, xxvii
Capacitados, xix–xxii, xxvii, 158
Carne trémula, xiv, xxvii, 113n7
El cochecito, 113n7
Discapacidades humanas, xix
Habla mudita, xxvii
Jardín de las delicias, xiv, 113n7
Mar adentro, xiv, 16, 113n7
Mater amatisima, xxvii
La noche sagrada, xxvii
Piedras, xiv
Planta cuarta, 113n7
Rain Man, 60
Te quiero, Eugenio, 32n15
La torre de los siete jorobados, xxvii
films (on other topics):
Abrazos rotos, 34
Amantes del círculo polar, xxv
American Splendor, 39, 60
Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios
Los olvidados, xxvii
Tierra, xxv
Tristana, xxvii
Vacas, xxv
Volver, 34
Foucault, Michel de, 87–88; See also Eribon (Didier)
Fragueiro, Juan, 17, 19–20, 32n15
Francis, Leslie P., 77, 90
Fraser, Benjamin, xiv, xxv, xxvi–xxvii, 30n3, 78, 112n2, 112n4, 113n7, 113n10
Frith, Uta, 41
Frost, Lori, 56, 69
Gallardo, María, xxiv, 34–71, 72n10, 73n14, 74n15, 97, 158
Gallardo, Miguel, xxiv, 34–71, 72n9:
images as father–daughter communication, 72–73n10
graphic style, 72n7, 73n14
Garaña, María, xx, 94
García, Santiago, xvii, 35–37
García Jiménez, Salvador, xxiv–xxv, 25, 33n19, 75–95, 99, 159:
critique of religion, 92
and marginalized groups 77, 80
motivation for writing Angelicomio, 81, 113n11
praise for, 79, 113n8
published works, 80, 112n3
Garland-Thomson, Rosemarie, 112n1, 133
Gasca, Luis, 73n11
gays, xviii, 38, 88–89, 112n1; See also lesbians, queer theory
Gibbons, Robin, 37, 56
Góngora, Luis de, 80
González Castañón, D., 94
Gordon, Ian, 37–38
Gostin, Lawrence O., 76
Goytisolo, Juan, 112n5
Graham, Helen, 34
Grandin, Temple, xvii, xxiv, 41–45, 49, 55, 57, 71n4:
Animals Make Us Human, 41
Emergence, 41–43, 49
Thinking in Pictures, 41–44, 49, 55
graphic design, See Gallardo (Miguel), El Víbora
Gregg, Melissa, xxvii
Groensteen, Thierry, 36, 51–52
Grupo AMÁS, 162–64, 167n3
Gubern, Román, 73n11
Gutiérrez Aragón, Manuel, xxvii
Hacking, Ian, xxiv, 45
Halpern, Sue, 41
Hartnett, E., 12, 119, 130
Harvey, David, 76, 131
Hatfield, Charles, 39, 60
Heer, Jeet, 37
Hernáez Rioja, Javier, 16–20
Hernández, Ione, xiv
Herr, Stanley S., 76
Hervás, Amaia, 40
Hetzroni, Orit, 6, 30n3, 76, 78
Hight, Craig, 35, 39
Hill, Elisabeth L, 41
Hirtz, Bárbara, 32n13, 76
Hollywood, xxvii, 25
Humphreys, Glyn W., 146, 148, 156n19
Ibarz, Mercé, 141
Illaramendi, John Peter, 22, 167n2
independence, xxi, 3–4, 6–7, 11–13, 17–20, 22–24, 32n12, 99, 119, 126, 129; See also autonomy, dependency, rights
intellectual disability, xii–xiii, xv, xviii–xxii, 3, 5–6, 13–14, 22, 32n13, 77, 79, 84, 88, 113n7, 120, 122, 125–26, 130–39, 155n11, 158–59, 162–63, 165–67; See also agnosia, alexia, autism, cognitive disability, disability, disabled people, Down syndrome
Ionesco, Eugène, 80
Jancovich, Mark, 37
Jennings, B., 2, 4, 11
Jiménez, Guillem, 16, 19–20
Jiménez Madrid, Ramón, 80
Jordà, Joaquín, xxvi, 139–54, 156n15:
biographical details, 141
professional work, 141, 156n16 See also Más allá del espejo
Juárez Almendros, Encarnación, xiv
Kant, Immanuel, 76
Kiernan, W. E., 12, 119, 127
Kittay, Eva Feder, xii–xiii, 2, 4, 11, 84, 119, 129–30, 135, 155n78
Klotz, Nikolas, xxvii
Koch, Christof, 145, 155n15, 156n17
Koh, Harold Hongju, 76
Labanyi, Jo, 34
Lack, Andrea, 12, 22, 119, 125
(p.188) Lane, Harlan, xii, 16, 77, 84, 87, 112n4
Lanz, Juan José, 94
Larra, Mariano José de, 80
Larralde, Marta, 16, 20, 25, 33n19
Latin America, xiv–xv, 35, 71n3
Lefèvre, Pascal, 60–61
legislation, xi, xxiii, 6–7, 30n3, 31n11, 32n12, 78–80, 126; See also LISMI
León y Olvido, xxiii–xiv, 16–29, 97, 167;
attempt at dark humor in, 27–28
competing storylines, 25–29
death as theme, 26–27
opening scene, 20
secondary characters, 21–24
sensationalistic aspects, 17, 25–27 See also Bermüdez (Xavier), Down syndrome, Jiménez (Guillem), siblings
lesbians, xviii, 38, 88–89, 112n1; See also gays, queer theory
LISMI/Ley de Integración Social de los Minusválidos, xxv, 7, 78, 80, 93
López Gómez, Antía María, 26
Luca de Tena, Torcuato, xiv, 159
Luzán, J., 121
Marchesi, Álvaro, 30n3, 76
María y yo (comic), xxiv, 34–58:
as autobiography, 38–40, 45–58
drawer metaphor, 54–55
father–daughter conversations in, 52–54
formal aspects of, 46–48, 52
page numbering, 72n8
pool sequence, 58
red-ink in, 47–48, 57–58, 73n11
sand-sifting sequence, 63
as visual text, 40–41
and visual sense of autistic thought, 55–57 See also autism, Gallardo (María), Gallardo (Miguel), Grandin (Temple), María y yo (film)
María y yo (film), xxiv, 59–71:
as ‘not about autism’, 66–67
comics in, 61–62, 74n16
drawer metaphor, 59, 62–63
press coverage, 59
Márquez, Fernando, xiv Marr, Matthew, xiv
Martín Ruano, José, 17
Martínez, Antonio, xiv, 98
Martínez Ollé, Josep, 16–20
Marx, Karl, 4, 129, 131
Más allá del espejo, xxvi, 139–54:
as autobiography, 140
chess sequences, 149–54, 156n20, 21, 22
characters:
Chumillas, Esther, xxvi, 139–51, 156n18
Elvira, 146–47
Jordà, Joaquín (as character), 139–49, 152
Paquita, 140, 148, 152
title of, 140, 146–47
opening scene, 139–40 See also Jordà (Joaquín)
Mattson, Jeffrey, 22
McAllister, Matthew P., 37–38
McCloud, Scott, 38–39, 47–48, 51–52, 63–64:
the gutter in comics, 52
space and time in the comic, 48, 63, 73n11
word-image combinations, 47, 51, 74n19
McConkey, D., 12–13, 76, 119, 131
McGeer, Victoria, xxiv, 45
McGuire, D. E., 12, 119, 127
McRuer, Robert, 29n1, 112n1, 155n6, 158
(p.189) Medem, Julio, xiv, xxv–xxvi, 15, 132, 155n10; See also Alicia Produce
Mediavilla, Juan, 37
medicine/medical treatment, xi, xxv, 27, 99, 103–06, 115n22; See also medical model
Méndez, Rafael, 139, 142–43, 153
Mendo Amparo, xxi–xxii, 158
metro (Madrid), 160–61
Migliori, A., 12, 119, 127
Minich, Julie, xiv, 113n7
Mirón Canelo, José Antonio, 79
Mitchell, David T., xiii–xiv, xvi
Montero, Rosa, xvii
Morris, M., 12, 119, 125–26
Movida, xxiv, 34–35, 71n2
Moxley, D. P., 12, 76, 119, 127
Murray, Stuart, xiv–xv
music, xviii, xxi, 5, 33n18, 34, 110, 116n28, 125, 133, 137, 145, 149–50, 155n5, 163; See also Riba (Pau)
Muybridge, Eadweard, 111; See also Quieto (folioscope in)
Naharro, Antonio, 1, 5, 7, 16
Navas, Adrián, 163
Neville, Edgar, xxvii
Nichols, Bill (documentary film theorist), 61, 74n15
Nichols, William (Hispanic Studies scholar), 71n2
Nobel prize, 80
Nussbaum, Martha, 158
Oë Kenzaburo, 108–09, 116n26
Olea, Pedro, xxvii
ONCE/Organización Nacional de Ciegos Españoles, xviii–xix, 78
O'Neill, Joshua G., 22
Otero Blanco, Ángel, 94
Otón Hernández, Pedro, 31n10, 76
Outsider Art, 117–18, 120–22, 124, 128, 133, 154n1, 155n12
Pacheco, Javier, 163–64
painting, x, xxv–xxvi, 160
Pardeck, J. T., xi, 12, 119, 127
Parmenter, T., 12, 119, 127
Pasolini, Pier Paolo, 140
Pastor, Álvaro, 1, 5, 7, 16
PECS/Picture Exchange Communication System, 56; See also pictograms
pedagogy/pedagogical approach, xxiv, 17, 19, 57, 69, 84, 92
Peñafiel, Iñaki, xxvi, 15, 117–20, 124, 130, 132, 139
Pereira Domínguez, Carmen, 17
Peterson, Mia, 22
pictograms, 56–57, 67, 69; See also PECS
Piepmeier, Alison, xvii
Pineda, Pablo, xxiii, 1, 10, 16, 30n2; See also Yo, también (characters: Daniel)
Ping-Ying Li, E., 12–13, 119, 130–31
Pita García, Luis Lexandel, 165–66
Plann, Susan, xiv
poetry, 77, 113n8, 165–67
Pons, Álvaro, 59–60, 67
postcolonialism, xv
(p.190) print/online publications:
Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, 71n2
Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 112n3
Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 157
Disability Studies Quarterly, xxiv
Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 130
Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, xv–xvi
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 127
Herald Tribune, 35
Hispania, 71n3
El Mundo, 121
New Yorker, 35
El País, 60, 121, 139, 142, 149, 157, 159
La Vanguardia, 35, 60 See also El Víbora, Disability Studies Quarterly
prose literature:
Amor y pedagogía, 80
Desde mis ruedas, xiv
Luces de bohemia, 81
Mary Ann, xiv
A Personal Matter, 108, 116n26
el Quijote, 80
Los renglones torcidos de Dios, xiv
Soy Julia, xiv, 98
Prout, Ryan, xiv, 113n7
public exhibition, x, 160–62, 164
¿Qué tienes debajo del sombrero?, xxvi, 15, 113n7, 117–25, 131–39, 154n3, 160:
challenge to clinical approach, 136–38
natural occuring social interaction, 135–36
queer theory, 38, 112n1; See also McRuer (Robert)
Quieto, xi, xxv, 80, 96–112, 114n1718, 116n25, 166:
as autobiography, 96–98
characters:
Carla, 97, 102, 109–11
Lluís/Llullu, 96–112, 158
Màrius, 99–100, 102–11
Mercè, 97, 100, 110, 114n17, 116n28
father–son communication, 107–08
folioscope in, 99, 111–12, 116n31
humor, 101, 103–05
magnetotherapy, 115n20
medicine in, 98, 103–06, 115n22
religion in, 99–103, 115n2122
Vancouver Science Museum episode, 110–11
wordplay in, 98, 100, 114n19 See also Serra (Màrius)
Quinto, Marcos de, xx
quotas, 14; See also unemployment
race, xiii, 3
Ramírez, Alberto, 163
Rapley, Mark, 2, 5, 119–20, 135
Reath, Andrews, 76–77
Riba, Pau, 110, 116n29
Riley, Charles A., 2, 5, 13, 117, 119, 122, 131, 133–34, 136, 138, 164
Rivera Cordero, Victoria, xiv
Rondal, Jean A., 24
Sacks, Oliver, 42, 116n30
Saffran, Eleanor M., 142
Salazar, Ramón, xiv
(p.191) Salgot, José Antonio, xxvii
Salom, Andrés, 79, 112n3
Saura, Carlos, xiv
Saval, José V., 94
schizophrenia, xiv
Scott, Joyce (sister of Judith Scott), 125, 133–35, 155n14
Scott, Judith, xvii, xxvi, 15, 117–39, 154n1, 154n3, 158, 160:
art sales, 123
art showings, 120
artistic process, 124, 132, 137, 154n4
artist identity, 125
Sedgwick, Eve K., xxvi, 2, 4, 29n1, 84, 119, 129–30, 155n6; See also affect
self-representation, x, xxvi, 11–12, 31n10, 39, 41–42, 88–89, 164; See also Grupo AMÁS, self-advocacy, Supergestor
sequential art, See comics
Serra, Màrius, xxv, 96–112:
professional work, 98 See also Quieto, parents
Sewell, Edward H., 38
Shalick, Walter, xiv
Shapiro, J. P., 112n1
Shell, Susan Meld, 76
Shoultz, Bonnie, 22, 167n2
Siebers, Tobin, xiii, xxi, xxvi, 162
Seigworth, Gregory J., xxvii
Smit, C. R., 5, 119, 133
Smith Myles, Brenda, 56
Snyder, Sharon, xiii–xiv, xvi, 133
Sobejano, Gonzalo, 81
social model, xi–xii, xxii, xxiv–xxv, 13, 21, 32n14, 75–79, 83, 93–94, 105, 131
Sontag, Susan, 128
Soto, Gloria, 6, 30n3, 76, 78
Spain x–xi, xiii–xxv, 4, 6, 13, 16–17, 30n3, 32n13, 34–35, 37, 76–80, 82, 94, 104, 159–60, 165, 167n2:
Salamanca conference on disability and education, 113n6
history of, xvii–xviii, 34
narrative of backwardness, 112n5
Stark, Cynthia, 158
Sulmasy, David, 112n1
Supergestor, 162–64, 168n5
Sweden, 22
television, xix–xxii, 5–6, 19–20, 22, 35, 70, 134, 160
tenderness (limits of), 77, 83–87, 90
Thévoz, Michael, 154n1
Thompson, Kristin, 140
Torreiro, M., 140–41, 156n15
Torres Triñanes, Frolia, 166
Tourneur, Jacques, xxvii
Trazos Singulares exhibit, 160–62
tremendismo, 80–81, 82, 89
Triana-Toribio, Núria, xviii, 34
UN/United Nations Convention, xxi, xxiii, 2, 5–6, 9–10, 12–14, 16, 31n8, 31n10, 32n12, 76
(p.192) unemployment, 13, 32n13, 117, 122, 131; See also quotas, disability (and employment)
Unamuno, Miguel de, 80
US/United States, xvii, xxv, 22, 38, 44, 78–79, 112n4, 136
Valle, Jan W., 21
Valle-Inclán, Ramón del, 80
Varnum, Robin, 37, 56
Vázquez Montalbán, Manuel, 94–95, 114n16
Vega Fuente, Amando, 79, 85–87, 93–95
Versaci, Rocco, 36
El Víbora, 35
Vilà, Montserrat, 12, 76, 119, 127
Vilarós, Teresa, 35
Vivas, Juan Luis, 113n8
Wasunna, A. A., 2, 4, 11; See also Kittay
Wehman, P., 12, 119, 127
Williams, Paul, 22, 167n2
Williams, Raymond, ix, xxiii, 139
Wolk, Douglas, 73n11
Worchester, Kent, 37
Yo, también, xxiii–xxiv, 1–16, 22, 24, 26–27, 32n18, 67, 97, 113n10, 167:
camera, 13
characters:
Daniel, xxiii, 1–2, 4–5, 7–16, 24, 26–27, 29, 30n2, 30n45, 31n7
Laura, 1–2, 7–8, 10–11, 14–15, 30n45
Luisa, 8–9, 12, 15, 31n7, 31n11
Pedro, 7–9, 12, 15, 31n7, 31n11
Reyes, 7–9, 30n6
Santi, 7–9
Danza Móbile, 7–9
as love story, 1–2, 67
Young, Iris Marion, 130
Zahinos López, María Fernanda, 166
Zamora Vicente, Alonso, 81 (p.193) (p.194) (p.195) (p.196)