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"'Salvaging the Negro': Vocational Rehabilitation and African American Veterans 1917-1924" in Disability Histories, 321-344
Paul Lawrie is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at York University. His research is on urbanism, race and labour.
Other publications from this author include:
- "Race, Work and Disability in Progressive Era America" in The Oxford Handbook of Disability History, 350-371 (2018)
- "The Tragic Action and Revolutionary Intent of Black Lives: Historical Genealogies of Cornel West's Prophetic Pragmatism in Post-Racial America" in Truth in the Public Sphere, 63-77 (2016)
- Forging a Laboring Race: The African Worker in the Progressive Imagination (2016)
- "Mortality as the Life Story of a People: Fredrick L. Hoffman and Actuarial Narratives of African American Extinction, 1896-1915" in Canadian Review of American Studies, 43 (3), 352-387. (2013)