Sections of the Journal
Resources and Ideas
There are three sections of the Journal of Teaching Disability Studies. Each section has a different deadline, described below, as the submissions to the Issues section will go through anonymous peer review.
This section will publish work that has been reviewed by two disability studies scholars and may be revised prior to publication. A Call for Submissions will be issued, and time allotted for review, revisions, and publication. Submissions in this section will receive anonymous comments and suggestions from two disability studies scholars, and editors will work with authors to assist in preparing manuscripts for publication. Articles are expected to reflect critical engagement with disability pedagogy, awareness of context and strengths and limitations of the research. Submissions will be published at the discretion of the editors.
The Issues section will be published once a year, depending on the number and quality of submissions. If you have questions, please email our editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to assist you.
Resources and Ideas
This section will operate continuously throughout the year, and is designed so that contributors can submit assignments, syllabi, essays or other information that might be of assistance to the field, or are experimental in nature where the author would like feedback or comments. These may be accompanied by questions, reflections about how the assignment worked (or was unsuccessful), and links to a class website can be included. All materials, questions and comments should be submitted to the editors and may be lightly edited for clarity prior to posting. Submissions will be published at the discretion of the editors and should follow accessibility guidelines.
Material for the Resources and Ideas section will be accepted on a rolling basis. Please allow up to one month for review and posting. If you have questions about submissions for this section, email email@example.com, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Information about how to submit is on the Guidelines for Authors page.
This section will feature student papers or other presentations, including multimedia work, that have been submitted by students with or without faculty recommendation as representative of excellent work. We will accept material for this section on a rolling basis. Material will be posted at the editors’ discretion, may be lightly edited, and should follow accessibility guidelines.
Information about how to submit is on the Guidelines for Authors page. Please allow up to one month for review and posting. If you have questions about this section, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.