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Contents – Narrating Care: Disability and Interdependence in the Indian Context (Issue 39)

Contributors 

Guest-Editorial

Conceptualizing Care: Between interrogation and negotiation
Nandini Ghosh and Shilpaa Anand 

Interrogating Care; Negotiating Interdependence 

Informal family care in the context of genetic disorders
Namitha Kumar

Concealing Care: A Strategy of Exclusion
Yogesh Yadav

“Dear Mom, Now it’s My Turn!”: A Personal Account
Sameer Chaturvedi

My disability cannot stop me from becoming a caregiver
Kapil Kumar

The Limits of Caring: Who ‘Cares’ at all?
Navneet Sethi

Care giving and care receiving: everyday difficulties of living with endemic skeletal fluorosis in Telangana, South India
Venkatesh Boddu

Conceptualizing Care; Reconfiguring Disablement 

“Congratulations, nothing is wrong with you! You are ‘Normal’…”
Ritika Gulyani

Alzheimer’s and Amma
Nishi Pulugurtha

Reflections on Care by an ‘Autism Mother’
Shubhangi Vaidya

Disability, Care and Sexuality: Notes from the Field
Soniya A M

We are Both Disabled! A Marriage of Appreciation
Shruthi Venkatachalam and M. Anjum Khan

Interrupting caregiving, inviting distress-sharing: Narratives of care from people living on the streets
Sudarshan R Kottai and Shubha Ranganathan

Role of Women in Endosulfan Disability Care
Sujitha

Experiences of Caregiving Stigma: Contestations and Challenges
Manoj Joseph and Srilatha Juvva

Caring for a child with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Mitu De

Dog Eat Dog World: Animal welfare and working with disabled rescued dogs
Anoopa Anand

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For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Café Dissensus Magazine.

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