Table of Contents: Issue Three
The Journal of Teaching Disability Studies
Introduction to Issue #3
Our call for submissions this year focused on the theme of “disability as diversity.” We recognize the importance of conversations around identity and intersectionality within pedagogy in a continually evolving world. This year, we believe that the submissions will engage readers with a wide variety of perspectives and interests, both nationally and globally, and encourage those in the field to continue vital dialogs about these topics.
Revamping a Graduate Course to (In)Fuse Disability Studies: The Politics of Representation in “The Study of Learning Disabilities in Children and Adolescents.”
By David J. Connor, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Hunter College & Graduate Center
By M. Lynn Rose,
Director of Disability Studies, Professor in the Social Sciences
& Shakir Muhammad Usman
Center for Gender Development Studies
American University of Iraq, Sulaimani