The Contemporary Disability Studies Journal
The ConsideringDisability Journal is a student and graduate led peer reviewed academic publication in the field of disability studies. Individuals from Universities of Havard to Edinburgh and Malta and more are getting involved, and have had interest from South Australia and further afield. We accept submissions on contemporary disability topics, and welcome anything that offers either insight into disability thinking in a particular country or new ideas. We also welcome submissions on hereditary multiple exosteses and multidisciplinary papers are accepted provided their link and relevance to disability studies is apparent. We have are UK based but have a global perspective.
We are completely run by volunteers, and have recently welcomed publishing co-ordinators, editors and a higher education institution relations officers to work on building relationships with universities and developing an executive board for the Journal.
We welcome volunteer peer reviewers, contributors and more. We actively welcome financing towards print editions. We begin accepting submissions at the end of July, and primarily but not predominantly accept entries from students and graduates. Please visit the submissions and peer review page for relevant guidelines. We are concerned with articles that on a range of disability issues that are in line with our aim to widen access to theoretical knowledge and significantly improve the standard of disability education.
Considering Disability welcomes sponsorship and support for running costs and contributions that will widen access to the publication. Please see our regularly updated sub pages for our submission guidelines and more about the journal.Contributors and potential reviewers can register their interest at firstname.lastname@example.org.