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Disability and the Problems of Representation

The Considering Disability’s first curated themed issue – covering the best in our peer reviewed offering, with papers available to make you truly consider the impact of disability representation. From trans* experience to the ethico-aesthetics of imagination, students and graduates from around the world have contributed to provide this cutting edge research.

Papers accepted are on contemporary disability topics, or offer insight into disability thinking in a particular country. We are interested in creating a dialogue between local and global disability narratives, conceptions and ideologies of ‘disability’ and ‘normalcy’. Discover what disability means both academically and personally, explore experiences with this issue.

International Editor: Dr. Shahd Alshammari

Overseen by the executive board: Dr. Tom Shakespeare, Dr. Alison Sheldon, & Dr. David Bolt


SKU: 10.17774/CDJ12014.20575874 Category:


The Contemporary Disability Studies Journal.
Disability and the Problems of Representation

Volume 1
First Published in 2015
First Printed in 2015 in the UK

DOI: 10.17774/CDJ12014.20575874

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