A number of books are linked via editor or author to the CCDS.
Founded in 2013 and published by Palgrave Macmillan/Springer, Literary Disability Studies is the first book series dedicated to the exploration of literature and literary topics from a disability studies perspective. The Series Editors are David Bolt, Elizabeth J. Donaldson (New York Institute of Technology), and Julia Miele Rodas (Bronx Community College, City University of New York).
More » (book series)
The edited books are characterised by interdisciplinarity and the advancement of education via engagement with disability studies.
More » (edited books)
Set of Books
Published by Bloomsbury, A Cultural History of Disability is a six-volume project on renderings of disability from Antiquity to the 21st century. The General Editors are David Bolt and Robert McRuer (George Washington University).
More » (set of books)
The authored books consider disability in contexts that range from cultural representation to formal education and often bring the two matters together.
More » (authored books)