Vol 34, No 1 (2019)

Special Issue - The Curriculum of Disability Studies: Multiple Perspectives on Dis/Ability

In this special edition, we invited scholars from the fields of Curriculum Studies and Disability Studies to present work about the curriculum of dis/ability. The scholars featured in this special edition have taken up the call in a variety of ways, including auto-ethnographical reflection, analysis of existing curricula, arts-based theorizing, and reflections on classroom interactions. Through these works, we offer not a prescriptive approach to infusing Disability Studies into Curriculum Studies (or vice-versa), but rather an invitation to our readers to theorize through intersectional and interdisciplinary lenses. 

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Editor's Note

Jamie Buffington-Adams, Kelly P. Vaughan
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David J. Connor
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Emily A. Nusbaum, Maya L. Steinborn
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Vonzell Agosto, Ashley White, Maria Migueliz Valcarlos
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Tara Eve Schwitzman
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Alexandra Allen
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Kai Rands, James Sheldon
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Melanie D. Janzen
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Joseph Michael Valente
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Mark Helmsing
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Jackie Seidel
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