At Waterloo: Canadian Journal of Disability Studies


Maybe you weren’t aware that the The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies is at Waterloo, edited by English Department faculty Dr. Jay Dolmage. It’s a fantastic resource. You can read the most recent issue of  The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies (Vol 3, No 1, 2014) here.

Contents include:

Julie Robert — Disabling Excess: Sacrificial Violence and Disability as Divine Punishment in Les Commettants de Caridad

Tracy Mack — Psychiatric Survivors/Consumers Die and Nothing Is Done: An Examination of the Discriminatory Nature of the Ontario Coroner’s Act

Marianne Pieper and Jamal Haji Mohammadi — Ableism and Racism: Barriers in the Labour Market

Diana L. Gustafson and Valerie Penton — Access to Assistive Technology and Single Entry Point Programs

Amanda Ajodhia-Andrews — “I don’t think I get bullied because I am different or because I have autism”: Bullying Experiences Among Middle Years Children with Disabilities and Other Differences

Kelly Fritsch reviews Sex and Disability by Robert McRuer & Anna Mollow

Ortal Meir reviews A Life Without Words [Motion Picture] by Adam Isenberg & Senem Tuzen

Mark Castrodale reviews The Question of Access: Disability, Space, Meaning by Tanya Titchkosky


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