Vol 28, No 4 (2008)

Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v28i4

Table of Contents

Prefatory Matter

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

Articles

How Will the Changeover to Digital Broadcasting in 2009 Influence the Accessibility of TV for Americans With Disabilities?
Robert Pedlow
Disability, Citizenship and Uncivilized Society: The smooth and nomadic qualities of self-advocacy
Griet Roets, Dan Goodley
"I Don't Think I'm the Right Person For That": Theoretical and Institutional Questions about a Combined Credential Program
Kathryn Young

Cultural Commentary

Cultural Commentary: Trig or Treat? The 2008 Election, Sarah Palin, and Teaching Disability
Laura Mauldin

Creative Works

Excerpts from Cripple Poetics: A Love Story
Petra Kuppers, Neil Marcus
Two Poems
Daniel Simpson
Two
Catherine Cole

Book and Film Reviews

Tobin Siebers, Disability Theory
Michael Davidson
Fleshing out the Field: The University of Michigan's Corporealities Series
Krista Paradiso, Nicholas Hetrick, Alina Bennett, Tiffany Anderson
Carol Poore, Disability in Twentieth-Century German Culture
Justin J.W. Powell
Agent Orange: A Personal Requiem
Sarah Boslaugh

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 1: Introduction

Amy Vidali, Margaret Price, Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 2: Disability Studies as Agent of Change

Jennifer Paterson, Jessica Hogan, Heather Willis
The Mobius Strip: Team Teachers Reflecting on Disability Studies and Critical Thinking
Joy Cypher, Deb Martin
Questioning Representations of Disability in Adolescent Literature: Reader Response Meets Disability Studies
Valerie Struthers Walker, Tara Mileski, Dana Greaves, Lisa Patterson

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 3: Reflections on Disability

"Before and After," "Self Inventory," and "Self Reflection"
Erin Lower, Diane Driedger
Reflections on Sociology of Disability Course
Kathryn Burris, Sharon Dale Stone

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 4: Researching & Writing a Disability Perspective

What Makes Mr. Hyde So Scary?: Disability as a Result of Evil and Cause of Fear
Sami Schalk, Kerry Powell
Globalization and the Black Market Organ Trade: When Even a Kidney Can't Pay the Bills
Karen A. Hudson, Elizabeth Wheeler
The Nature of Risk: HIV/AIDS and the Deaf Community in the United States
Margot Moinester, Steve Gulley, Samantha Watson

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 5: Writing Autism in the College Curriculum

Autistic Acceptance, the College Campus, and Technology: Growth of Neurodiversity in Society and Academia
Scott M. Robertson, Ari D. Ne'eman
Inclusion vs. Seclusion: A Review of Looking after Louis by Lesley Ely
Hila Hirad, Amy Vidali
Autism: The Lived Experience
Kerry Bowen, Chris Foss

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 6: Intersections with Gender and Sexuality

Disability and Gender in Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Caroline Leach, Stuart Murray
Resistance Training: Re-reading Fat Embodiment at a Women's Gym
Margaret Shalma, Professor Rod Michalko
Let's Talk About Sex…and Disability Baby!
Megan Albertz, Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson
Threads of Commonality in Transgender and Disability Studies
Ashley Mog, Amanda Lock Swarr

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 7: Disability Autobiography and Representation

Drawn Out of Dejection
Timile Brown, Margaret Price
A Disability Awareness Poster Contest at Bronx Community College of The City University of New York (CUNY)
Carmen Caraballo, Julia Miele Rodas
Heading to the Big Show: The Story of a Disabled College Undergraduate
Anthony Jackson
Three Legs of a Bedroom Life
Alan L. Samry

Special Topic: Disability Studies in the Undergraduate Classroom, Pt. 8: Accessing Spaces and Histories

Snapshots in Review
Karla Kmetz
Opening the Door to Higher Education: The Rights of the Intellectually Different to Access and Peace
Steve Sunderland
Participatory Research on Universal Design and Accessible Space At the University of Arizona
Nicholas A. Rattray, Sarah Raskin, Jacklyn Cimino