Winter Break

While a cold wind is blowing over Europe, football players as well as brown bears hold their annual winter sleep, Christmas trees are being burned and many are trying to lose some weight after the New Year celebrations, the Public Disability History blog will be silent for some weeks. From the beginning of February we will be back with more refreshing reflections on the many connections that can be made between disability, history and the public. Do not hesitate, however, to contact us in the mean-time in case you would like to contribute. We’ll add you to our annual schedule and reserve one of our precious slots!

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