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Open Access: New Articles Now Available

It’s been a year since the initial release of Disability and the Problems of Representation. We believe in sharing research, so we’ve released our flagship issue entirely free, open access online.

You can get the work in it’s absolute entirety at the link below.

https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/articles
Disability and the Problems of Representation: Volume 1, Issue 1–2 Considering Disability Journal

An entry-level graduate led peer-reviewed academic publication in the field of disability studies.
cdjournal.scholasticahq.com

Papers included:

Nichols, C. (2015), ‘The Odd Couple’: Trans* Characters and Disabled Budddies in Two Works of Fiction Considering Disability Journal 1(1–2) pp. 8–20
https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/article/832-the-odd-couple-trans-characters-and-disabled-buddies-in-two-works-of-fiction

Houston, E. (2015) ‘Mable is Unstable’: A Feminist Disability Studies Perspective on Early-Twentieth-Century Representations of Disabled Women in Advertisements Considering Disability Journal 1(1–2) pp. 21–29
https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/article/833-mabel-is-unstable-a-feminist-disability-studies-perspective-on-early-twentieth-century-representations-of-disabled-women-in-advertisements

Smith, E. (2015) Ambigious Bodies: The Self/Body Paradigm as Challenged in Geek Love’s Conjoined Twins and Flanner O’cConnor’s Intersexed ‘Freak in “A Temple of the Holy Ghost” Considering Disability Journal 1(1–2) pp. 30- 41 https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/article/834-ambiguous-bodies-the-self-body-paradigm-as-challenged-in-geek-love-s-conjoined-twins-and-flannery-o-connor-s-intersexed-freak-in-a-temple-of-the-holy-ghost

Pilloff, S. (2015) Queer or Cripped? An Analysis of Ability in Stone Butch Blues Considering Disability Journal 1(1–2) pp. 42–52 https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/article/835-queer-or-cripped-an-analysis-of-ability-in-stone-butch-blues

Flynn, S. (2015) Equality Culture and Representation: Considerations on the Film Industry Considering Disability Journal 1(1–2) pp. 53–74 https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/article/836-equality-culture-and-representation-considerations-on-the-film-industry

DeCoster, J. (2015) Re-claiming (Dis)ability through Performance: The Significanc eof Self-representation in Kinshasa, D.R.Congo Considering Disability Journal 1(1–2) pp. 75–96 https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/article/837-re-claiming-dis-ability-through-performance-the-significance-of-self-representation-in-kinshasa-d-r-congo

Khan, J. (2015) Racing Toward Uncertainty: an Ethico-Aesthetics of Imagination Considering Disability Journal 1(1–2) pp. 97–110
https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/article/838-racing-toward-uncertainty-an-ethico-aesthetics-of-imagination

Also included are the following book reviews:
“The Four Walls of My Freedom by Donna Thomson” reviewed by Melissa Bender
“Disability Theory by Tobin Siebers” reviewed by Joseph Donica
“Extraordinary Bodies by Rosemarie Garland-Thomson” reviewed by Justin Holliday

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