Iain Hutchison is a visiting lecturer at the University of Stirling and also undertakes teaching commitments at Edinburgh, Glasgow and Glasgow Caledonian Universities. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Strathclyde.
2007 0-7734-5271-0 This book considers the way in which disability was perceived in the popular and official culture of nineteenth-century Scotland. Assembling the voices of the disabled from memoirs, letters and court proceedings, this work provides the empirical groundwork for understanding the disability experience and its representation during a period of unprecedented industrialization, urbanization and demographic change. This book contains 26 black and white photographs.