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Volume 13, Issue 4 is now available!

From Canada to India, Guatemala to Germany, this special issue includes a research forum on Cripping Care: Care Pedagogies and Practices,” as well as multimedia, creative works, and a selection of the latest in disability studies’ dissertations & abstracts.


Is this a Marriage or a Carriage? Megan A. Conway, Ph.D., RDS Editor-in-Chief

Hawaii, USA | Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_816

Cripping Care: Care Pedagogies and Practices Special Forum

Cripping Care: Care Pedagogies and Practices Guest Editors: Patty Douglas, Ph.D., Brandon University, Carla RiceUniversity of Guelph, and Christine Kelly, Ph.D., University of Manitoba

Canada | Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_779

Too Much or Too Little? Paradoxes of Disability and Care Work in India Nandini Ghosh, Ph.D., & Supurna Banerjee, Ph.D.,Institute of Development Studies Kolkata

India | Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_749


Cripping Care for Individuals with Psychiatric Disability: Looking Beyond Self-Determination Frameworks to Address Treatment and Recovery Meghann Elizabeth O’Leary,University of Illinois Chicago

Illinois, USA | Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_751


What is a Service Animal? A Careful Rethinking Margaret PriceOhio State University

Ohio, USA | Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_757


Teaching and Care: Cripping Fieldwork in Teacher Education Susan Baglieri, Ph.D., & Jessica Bacon, Ph.D., Montclair State University

New Jersey, USA | Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_753


A Question & Answer with Helen S. Cohen, Filmmaker of States of Grace Raphael Raphael, Ph.D.,RDS Associate Editor of Creative Works and Multimedia

Guatemala | Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_806

Creative Works

Cancer Kung Fu: Fighting Back Through Writing and Drawing Anna Faroqhi,Transart Institute

Germany | Visit http://bit.ly/RDSJ_804

Dissertation & Abstracts v13i4 

Jonathan Erlen, Megan Conway
Visit http://bit.ly/RDS_809