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Season 2011 Episode 09.19.11

Rachel Adams

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English professor Rachel Adams doesn’t exactly know when or why she became interested in freaks, but when it came time to write her dissertation—later her first book—the topic she chose was freak shows and the American cultural imagination. As she progressed in her research, she realized that many of those who once had been labeled freaks would today be considered disabled people due respect and equal rights.moreless

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