The Journal of Philosophy of Disability

Volume 1, 2021

Kim Q. HallOrcid-ID
Pages 11-33

Limping Along: Toward a Crip Phenomenology

A queer crip embodied experience of limping is the point of departure for my reflections on the differences between a crip phenomenology and a phenomenology of disability. I argue that a crip phenomenology can further understanding of how ableism and heternormativity work together, along with other structures of violence, to shape experiences at the edges of ability and disability, and, indeed, the possibility of queer crip movement in and through worlds.