Vol 30, No 3/4 (2010)

Disability and/in Time || General Issue

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v30i3/4

Table of Contents

Prefatory Matter

Editors' Introduction
Brenda Brueggemann, Scot Danforth
Calls for Papers and Announcements
Brenda Brueggemann, Scot Danforth

SDS Senior Scholar

Roosevelt's Sister: Why We Need Disability Studies in the Humanities
Rosemarie Garland Thomson

Special Topic: Disability and/in Time

In (Disability) Time
Jim Ferris
What’s Cool about Blindness?
Rod Michalko
Sidewalk Stories: The Troubling Task of Identification
Eliza Chandler
Breaking A Disabled Limb: Social and Medical Construction of 'Legitimate' and 'Illegitimate' Impairments
Isaac Stein
The Not-Yet-Time of Disability in the Bureaucratization of University Life
Tanya Titchkosky

Articles

Aimee Valeras
Ken Gobbo
Margaret Schneider, Nadine Young
Ron Amundson, Akira Ruddle-Miyamoto
Susan Schweik
Vanmala Hiranandani, Deepa Sonpal
Kate Caldwell
Micki Nyman
Cheryl Najarian Souza
Christine Kelly
Michael Stoltzfus, Darla Schumm
Anne McGuire
Sarah Parker, Karen Fisher
Kristín Björnsdóttir
Amy Vidali
Barbara Floyd

Creative Works

Verbal Apraxia
Jennifer Eisenhauer
Our Dance Dance Revolution
Sami Schalk

Book and Film Reviews

From Your New Book/Media Review Editors
Amy Vidali, Margaret Price
Nadja Durbach’s Spectacle of Deformity: Freak Shows and Modern British Culture
Alexis Martina
Susan Burch, ed. Encyclopedia of American Disability History
Michael A. Rembis