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Disability in Fanzines

This exhibit explores disabilities and disability issues in the fanzine collection at the Browne Popular Culture Library. These zines talk about everything from personal experiences with disability to discrimination and other issues faced by the disability community. The exhibit shows these zines and provides background on disability history and fanzine history. 

Accessibility: This exhibit provides picture descriptions in brackets for those who use screen reader technology.

This exhibit was put together by Nicole Cordier, while working as an intern at the Browne Popular Culture Library. She is a master's graduate student in the American Culture Studies at Bowling Green State University.

 

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Nicole Cordier

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