CALL FOR JOURNAL SUBMISSIONS: The Review of Disability Studies an International Journal
Call for Journal Submissions:
The Review of Disability Studies an International Journal, www.rds.hawaii.edu
In order to address the need for an internationally-focused academic journal in the field of Disability Studies, in 2003 the late David Pfeiffer and the Center on Disability Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa founded, “The Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal” (RDS).
The journal contains research articles, essays, and bibliographies relating to the culture of disability and people with disabilities. It also publishes forums on disability topics brought together by forum editors of international stature. Poetry, short stories, creative essays, photographs, and art work related to disability are also welcome. The journal is published four times a year, and each issue runs approximately 50 pages. The Journal is free online, but a subscription is needed to receive the print version.
We would like to invite you and people from around the world to subscribe to the journal, and we also welcome correspondence from those who would like to advertise, evaluate manuscripts, serve as anonymous peer reviewers, and contribute manuscripts. The Journal is open to all perspectives, approaches, views, and paradigms relevant to the study and experience of disability.
Thank you to Dr. Megan Conway for sending me this call for journal submissions to be posted at We Can Do. Any one wishing to know more about RDS should consult their web site directly at http://www.rds.hawaii.edu/. Inquiries similarly should be directed to the staff of RDS.
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