Kim E. Nielsen is Associate Professor of History and Women’s Studies in the Department of Social Change and Development at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She lives in Green Bay, WI.
Despite her disabilities, Helen Keller worked tirelessly for human rights and other political issues.
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1 I Do Not Like This World As It Is: 1900–1924
2 The Call of the Sightless: 1924–1937
3 Manna in My Desert Places: 1937–1948
4 I Will Not Allow Polly to Climb a Pyramid: 1948–1968
5 One of the Least Free People on Earth: The Making and Remaking of Helen Keller
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