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The following session and individual papers of particular interest to disability historians appear in the program for the 2014 American Historical Association, meeting 2-5 January 2014, at Washington DC. To examine the whole program: http://aha.confex.com/aha/2014/webprogram/start.html SESSIONS: ****"Rehabilitating the Fin de SiŤcle: Masculinity and Disability in Comparative Perspective" AHA Session 120 Friday, January 3, 2014: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM Harding Room (Marriott Wardman Park) Chair: James W. Trent Jr., Gordon College Papers: "Hysteria in the Male: Images of Masculinity in Late Nineteenth-Century France" Daniela S. Barberis, Shimer College "Morbid Masculinities: Suicide Clubs and the Radical Labor Movement" Kathleen M. Brian, George Washington University "'Making Useful Men': Occupational Education for Blind Men in Argentina, 1890Ė1930" Rebecca Ann Ellis, University of New Mexico Comment: James W. Trent Jr., Gordon College INDIVIDUAL PAPERS (in order of scheduled presentation): ****Annessa C. Stagner (University of California, Irvine): "'Shell-Shocked' Americans and Memories of War Trauma" Session: "If the War Didnít Happen to Kill You It Was Bound to Start You Thinking": The Great War and Ideology Thursday, January 2, 2014: 3:50 PM Columbia Hall 7 (Washington Hilton) ****Linda A. Sargent Wood (Northern Arizona University): "Disability Rights, Dr. Philip Pallister, and the Politics of Genetics in Montana" Session: Knowledge, Activism, and the Liberal State in the Golden Age of the Expert Friday, January 3, 2014: 9:10 AM Washington Room 4 (Marriott Wardman Park) ****Robert F. Jefferson Jr. (University of Alabama in Birmingham): "'Disability Ainít Where You From; Itís Where You At': A Case Study of Vasco Hale, Race, and the Power of Place in Teaching Twentieth-Century African American History" Session: Spaced Out: Teaching African American Lives and Labor through Historical Geography Saturday, January 4, 2014: 9:20 AM Washington Room 6 (Marriott Wardman Park) ****Jennifer Lambe (Yale University): "'Nationalizing' Mazorra, Cuba's Hospital de Dementes: 1899Ė1959" Session: Icons of Popular Consciousness in Twentieth-Century Cuba Saturday, January 4, 2014: 11:30 AM Cabinet Room (Omni Shoreham) ****Jessica L. Adler, Tufts University): "'To Save Those Men from the Doctrines of the Radical Agitator': Interest Group Advocacy and Veteransí Medical Care in World War I America" Session: Beyond Soldiers' Pensions: Pushing the Boundaries of the US Warfare-Welfare State Saturday, January 4, 2014: 2:30 PM Columbia Hall 2 (Washington Hilton) ****Dora Vargha (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science): "Syringes and Sugarcubes: Polio Prevention in Cold War Europe from a Hungarian Perspective" Session: Roundtable: Bridging the Local and the Global through the Histories of Science, Medicine, Technology, and the Environment Sunday, January 5, 2014: 8:50 AM Columbia Hall 10 (Washington Hilton) ****Andrew Marcum (University of New Mexico): "Disability Rights and American Public History: Representing Disability in the Nation's Capital" Session: Memorial Controversies in Washington, D.C. Sunday, January 5, 2014: 11:40 AM Maryland Suite A (Marriott Wardman Park) http://aha.confex.com/aha/2014/webprogram/Paper15023.html --