|Disability Studies Quarterly
Fall 2000, Volume 20, No. 4
Copyright 2000 by the Society
for Disability Studies
Announcements, Subscription Information, Future Issues
The Society for Disability Studies
The Society for Disability Studies is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization. It is a multidisciplinary and international organization composed of social scientists, scholars in the humanities, and disability rights advocates concerned with the problems of disabled people in society. The purpose of the Society is to bring together people from diverse backgrounds to share ideas and to engage in dialogues that cut across disciplinary backgrounds and substantive concerns. The Society is committed to developing theoretical and practical knowledge about disability and to promoting the full and equal participation of persons with disabilities in society.
Further information on membership and the annual meeting can be obtained from the national office of the Society. The mailing address is: Society for Disability Studies, c/o Professor Carol Gill, Department of Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago (MC 626), 1640 Roosevelt Road #236, Chicago, IL 60608-6904.
Subscriptions to Disability Studies Quarterly are on an annual basis and are part of membership in the Society for Disability Studies, except for library subscriptions. If you are not certain about the status of your subscription, please contact the Society for Disability Studies office in Chicago at the address below, by telephone at 312-996-4664 (V/TTY), or by email at email@example.com. Additional information about the Society is available at the Society's website, www.uic.edu/orgs/sds.
The Samuel Gridley Howe Library in Waltham, Massachusetts, is the repository for past issues of Disability Studies Quarterly. The papers and books of Howe, of Irving Kenneth Zola, of Rosemary and Gunnar Dybwad, Edward J. Lynch, Jr. and some (but eventually all) of the papers and books of David Pfeiffer are also deposited there. Bonnie Stecher is the librarian at the Howe Library. The Library is available for research into all aspects of disability.
Past issues of Disability Studies Quarterly are available for purchase for $10.00 each. Please specify the theme of the issue and the volume and issue number. Your request with a check made out to Friends of the Howe Library should be mailed to Howie Baker, MS #044, Brandeis University, P.O. Box 9110, Waltham, MA 02254-9110. The subject matter of available past issues will soon be available on the SDS web site. Questions should be addressed to Howie Baker firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructions for Symposium Editors and Contributors are available from the Editor, David Pfeiffer, on the Internet at email@example.com.
All books, films, and videos to be reviewed must be sent to Dr. Elaine Makas, 10 Sheffield Street, Lewiston, ME 04240, USA. Persons wanting to volunteer to do reviews should contact her with your field of specialty.
Appropriate advertisements are now being accepted. For further information please contact national executive of SDS: Professor Carol Gill, Department of Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago, MC 626, 1640 Roosevelt Road #236, Chicago, IL 60608-6904 U.S.A.
Fall 2001: Disability Geography, Michael L. Dorn firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter 2002: generic, done by the editor.
Spring 2002: Counselling, Therapy, and Emancipatory Praxis, Deborah Marks D.S.Marks@sheffield.ac.uk.
Fall 2002: Disability Culture II, Steve Brown SBrown8912@aol.com.
Winter 2003: generic, done by the editor.
Spring 2003: Disability and the Life Course, Mark Priestley email@example.com.
Summer 2003: Disability and the Genome, James C. Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2003: open
Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ) is the journal of the Society for Disability Studies (SDS). It is a multidisciplinary and international journal of interest to social scientists, scholars in the humanities and arts, disability rights advocates, and others concerned with the issues of people with disabilities. It represents the full range of methods, epistemologies, perspectives, and content that the field of disability studies embraces. DSQ is committed to developing theoretical and practical knowledge about disability and to promoting the full and equal participation of persons with disabilities in society. (ISSN: 1041-5718; eISSN: 2159-8371)