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Call For Proposals: Disability and/in/through fanfiction
|This special issue invites works that explores disability in fanfiction, disability and fanfiction, and disability through fanfiction.|
Call For Proposals: Institutional Survivorship
The Huronia Regional Centre, a residential facility for persons diagnosed with intellectual disabilities, operated in Ontario for 133 years until after a long and difficult history it was shut down in 2009. In this special journal issue, in honour of the work accomplished by Huronia survivors, we are interested in the experiences of disability and disablement both within and beyond experiences of institutionalization, and look to explore the meaning of survivorship as it pertains to institutionalization and disability.
Vol 5, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Predictors of Employer-Sponsored Disability Accommodation Requesting in the Workplace||PDF HTML|
|Containment, Conformity: Families, Institutions, and the Limits of Imagination||PDF HTML|
|Searching for Persons with Disabilities in Canadian Provincial Office||PDF HTML|
|The Disability Paradox: Better Opportunities Versus the Hardships of High-Achieving Disabled Women of Ethiopia||PDF HTML|
|Belaynesh Tefera, Marloes Van Engen||107-132|
|Divergent Encounters with Normal: Are They Really So Different After All?||PDF HTML|
|Accessibility for Different Abilities: A Report||PDF HTML|
|People with Disabilities and the Charter: Disability Rights at the Supreme Court of Canada Under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms||PDF HTML|
|Mary Ann McColl, Rebecca Bond, David W. Shannon, Charles Shortt||183-210|
|Social Entrepreneurs with Disabilities: Exploring Motivational and Attitudinal Factors||PDF HTML|
|Kate Caldwell, Sarah Parker Harris, Maija Renko||211-244|
|Review of Earth, Animal, and Disability Liberation by Nocella, Bentley & Duncan||PDF HTML|
|Review of The Capacity Contract by Simplican||PDF HTML|
|Review of Kristeva’s Fiction by ed. Trigo||PDF HTML|
|Review of Deaf Gain by Bauman & Murray||PDF HTML|
|Review of Psychiatry and the Business of Madness by Burstow||PDF HTML|
|Jennifer Poole, Zachary Sera Grant, Katherina Yerro||273-279|
|Review of FIXED by Brashear||PDF HTML|
|Review of Don’t Call Me Inspirational by Rousso||PDF HTML|