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Request for Proposals

 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS DSQ SPECIAL ISSUE:

DISABILITY AND COVID-19

Special Issue Editors: Pamela Block, Western University, Canada; Anahí Guedes de Mello, Anis – Institute of Bioethics, Brazil; Éverton Luís Pereira, University of Brasilia, Brazil

Send proposals or outlines to pblock@uwo.ca by August 1, 2020.

Abstracts should be 500 words or less.

There is much to be said about the relationship between the coronavirus pandemic and disability.  Possible topics for this special issue might include:

• Experiences of disabled people and their support networks during the pandemic;

• Local policy responses to the issue of disability and access to needed health care, including social engineering and eugenics measures;

• Procedures used to facilitate or prevent access to care or treatment;

• Changes in the lives of disabled people during and after the pandemic;

• Interaction of disabled people with new constraints, such as online classes, masks, social isolation, restricted services and mobilities; finally,

• Areas of strength and expertise that disabled people bring to the current crisis.

See the full Call for Proposals (CFP) in English, Portuguese, and Spanish HERE

 
Posted: 2020-05-12 More...
 

Call For Proposals

 

DSQ special issue: Indigeneity + Disability

Co-editors: Ella Callow and Susan Burch

Call For Proposals

Disability Studies Quarterly is inviting abstracts for a special issue on disability and Indigenous lives, cultures, and experiences—past, present, and future.

 
Posted: 2020-03-12 More...
 

Disability Studies Quarterly Implements Creative Commons

 
Starting with Volume 36, Issue No. 4 (2016), Disability Studies Quarterly will be published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives license (CC BY-NC-ND).  
Posted: 2016-10-06 More...
 

Note about Volume 31, Issue 4 (2011)

 
The Society for Disability Studies (SDS) Board of Directors, as the final oversight and decision-making body of Disability Studies Quarterly, is aware of the many questions and debate regarding several articles published in the 2011 (31.4) issue. As an intellectual community, centered on scholarship, research, and learning, we are paying significant attention to the issues raised. We have not yet come to a decision. The case itself, regarding the authors, is not yet concluded.  
Posted: 2015-11-03
 
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