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Thursday, February 2, 2012

The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies: Inaugural Issue

Please check out the very first issue of the Canadian Journal of
Disability Studies:

This is a free, open-access journal devoted to cutting edge research in
the field, from Canada and around the world.

Please have a look at this outstanding collection of articles, consider
contributing your work to the journal in the future, and spread the word!


A Brief Introduction to the Canadian Journal of Disability Studies
Michael Bergob

Canadian Disability Activism and Political Ideas: In and Between
Neo-Liberalism and Social Liberalism
Michael J. Prince       1-34

Disability History In Canada: Present Work In The Field And Future Prospects
Geoffrey Reaume 35-81

Firing Up Disability Studies: A Report from the Edges of the Human Community
Tanya Titchkosky        82-108

The Inaccessible Road Not Taken: The Trials, Tribulations And Successes Of
Disability Inclusion Within Social Work Post-Secondary Education
Irene Carter, Roy Hanes, Judy E. MacDonald      109-142

Profile: The Living Archives Project: Canadian Disability and Eugenics
Colette Leung   143-166

Review: Titchkosky, Tanya. The Question of Access: Disability, Space,
Allison Hitt    167-170

Creative Work: Eulogizing Ebenezer Scrooge
Adam Pottle     171-174

Jay Dolmage, Ph.D
Editor, Canadian Journal of Disability Studies
Assistant Professor of English
University of Waterloo
Department of English
Hagey Hall of Humanities Building
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1
Tel: 519 888 4567 x31035
Fax: 519 746 5788

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