Considering Disability Journal invites reviews of current books on topics pertinent to the field of disability to submit reviews for publication in Volume II of the journal as well as online throughout the year. If you would like to publish a book review, we welcome submissions from researchers, advanced graduate students, faculty members, practitioners, and others with an interest in the field. The theme for Volume II is Disability and the Family.
The Considering Disability Journal is a student and graduate led peer reviewed academic publication in the field of disability studies. We focus on issues such as; disability awareness, investigating representation and its global effect on disabled people, perceptions of disability and social meanings attached to disability identity.
Our mission is to provide a clear challenge to disability thinking through publishing quality student & graduate works on innovative topics. We welcome submissions that support this goal.
Book Review Proposals should include a brief statement about the book’s significance to disability academia, practice, and/or policy; and, a brief summary of the reviewing author’s background and interest in the book.
Book reviews should be 700-1000 words. Please submit your reviews via the contact page or by mailing our submissions team. Contact email@example.com with any queries and to request the full submissions guidelines or download them from the website.