- Title Pages
- Introduction The Anatomy of Ethnography: Diagnosing Folkloristics and the Conceptualization of Disability
- Chapter One Disability, Narrative Normativity, and the Stigmatized Vernacular of Communicative (in)Competence
- Chapter Two Exploring Esoteric and Exoteric Definitions of Disability: Inclusion, Segregation, and Kinship in a Special Olympics Group
- Chapter Three Invoking The Relative: A New Perspective on Family Lore in Stigmatized Communities
- Chapter Four Latina/o Local Knowledge about Diabetes: Emotional Triggers, Plant Treatments, and Food Symbolism
- Chapter Five Interpreting and Treating Autism in Javanese Indonesia: Listening to Folk Perspectives on Developmental Difference and Inclusion
- Chapter Six “Heal Thyself”: Holistic Women Healers in Middle America
- Chapter Seven Deranged Psychopaths and Victims Who Go Insane: Visibility and Invisibility in the Depiction of Mental Health and Illness in Contemporary Legend
- Chapter Eight Broadcasting the Stigmatized Self: Positioning Functions of YouTube Vlogs on Bipolar Disorder<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter Nine Tales from the Operating Theater: Medical Fetishism and the Taboo Performative Power of Erotic Medical Play
- Chapter Ten Falling Out of Performance: Pragmatic Breakdown in Veterans’ Storytelling
- Diagnosing Folklore
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