David Serlin is the author of a prizewinning history of science, Replaceable You: Engineering the Body in Postwar America (Chicago, 2004), and the editor of Imagining Illness (Minnesota, 2010), a collection of essays on public health and visual culture. Serlin’s work on the cultural history of public health and disability touches on prosthetics, bathroom politics, queerness and the military, environmental architecture, and medicine in the media. He has co-edited a number of essay collections, is a frequent contributor to Radical History Review, and has written articles for the Journal of Women’s History, History of Psychology, and the Journal of Visual Culture, among others. His new book about disability and architecture is forthcoming from the University of Chicago Press.
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