Centre for Culture & Disability Studies

Special Issues

1.1 - Disability and/as Poetry, guest edited by Jim Ferris, 2007.
1.2 - Disability and the Dialectic of Dependency, guest edited by Michael Davidson, 2007.
2.1 - The Representation of Cognitive Impairment, guest edited by Lucy Burke, 2008.
3.2 - Blindness and Literature, guest edited by Georgina Kleege, 2009.
3.3 - Deleuze, Disability, and Difference, guest edited by Petra Kuppers and James Overboe, 2009.
4.2 - Ablenationalism and the Geo-Politics of Disability, guest edited by Sharon L. Snyder and David T. Mitchell, 2010.
4.3 - Disabling Postcolonialism: Global Disability Cultures and Democratic Criticism, guest edited by Clare Barker and Stuart Murray, 2010.
5.2 - Representing Disability and Emotion, guest edited by Elizabeth J. Donaldson and Catherine Prendergast, 2011.
5.3 - Disability and Life Writing, guest edited by G. Thomas Couser, 2011.
6.2 - Popular Genres and Disability Representation, guest edited by Ria Cheyne, 2012.
7.2 - Disability and Native American/Indigenous Studies, guest edited by Siobhan Senier and Clare Barker, 2013.
7.3 - Disability, Humour and Comedy, guest edited by Tom Coogan and Rebecca Mallett, 2013.
8.2 - Cripistemologies, part 1, guest edited by Merri Lisa Johnson and Robert McRuer, 2014.
8.3 - Cripistemologies, part 2, guest edited by Merri Lisa Johnson and Robert McRuer, 2014.
9.2 - Disability and the American Counterculture guest edited by Stella Bolaki and Chris Gair, 2015.
9.3 - Disability and Visual Culture, guest edited by Alice Hall and Tobin Siebers, 2015.
10.2 - French and Francophone World Disability Studies, guest edited by Tammy Berberi and Christian Flaugh, 2016.
10.3 - Disability and Blood, guest edited by Michael Davidson and Sören Fröhlich, 2016.
11.3 - Disability and Human Rights, guest edited by Gian Maria Greco and Elena Di Giovanni, 2017.
12.2 - Drama, Theatrical Performance, and Disability, guest edited by Ann M. Fox and Carrie Sandahl, 2017.
12.3 - Literature for Young People, guest edited by Chloë Hughes and Elizabeth A. Wheeler, 2018.

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