Gaby Brimmer (1979), the collaborative “autobiography” of the Mexican disability rights activist, narrates her childhood and young adulthood through the voices of Brimmer herself; her mother, Sari Dlugacz Brimmer; her caregiver, Florencia Morales Sánchez; and Elena Poniatowska. This article presents ideas and resources for teaching Gaby Brimmer from a disability studies perspective, in courses on contemporary Spanish-American literature, women writers, genre theory, human rights and activism, or in a disability studies course.
"Teaching Gaby Brimmer: A Disability Studies Approach,"
Diálogo: Vol. 17
, Article 5.
Available at: https://via.library.depaul.edu/dialogo/vol17/iss1/5