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Reflections 2014: Engaging the Possibilities of Disability Studies

My previous post reminded me to share the super exciting table of contents for the Fall 2014 special issue of Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning that I’ve been working on since last spring. It should be ready for print next month, and the content is so so good. Check it out!

(Note: we have also shared this on the journal’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/reflectionsjournal/)

The front of the flyer reads, "Coming in Fall 2014: Engaging the Possibilities of Disability Studies," co-editors: Allison Hitt & Bre Garrett. Featuring...interviews on technology & critical race theory, a mix of theoretical articles & literacy narratives, and reflections from authors on rethinking research, rhetorics of unruly bodies, and disrupting pedagogy. The background of the flyer is a faded image of a dark green door with a crystal door knob. Above the knob is a green sticker that reads, "GO Access."
The front of the flyer reads, “Coming in Fall 2014: Engaging the Possibilities of Disability Studies,” co-editors: Allison Hitt & Bre Garrett. Featuring…interviews on technology & critical race theory, a mix of theoretical articles & literacy narratives, and reflections from authors on rethinking research, rhetorics of unruly bodies, and disrupting pedagogy. The background of the flyer is a faded image of a dark green door with a crystal door knob. Above the knob is a green sticker that reads, “GO Access.”
The back of the flyer details the contents of the special issue: Interviews with Melanie Yergeau, Beth Ferri, & Nirmala Erevelles // Cynthia Fields, "Dangerous Reciprocity: Creating a Madness Narrative Research Methodology” // Lauren Obermark & Madaline Walter, "Mad Women on Display: Practices of Public Rhetoric at the Glore Psychiatric Museum” // Laura Thacker, "Overcoming the Odds: Disability Studies, Fat Studies, and Rhetorics of Bodily Control” // Julie Jung, "Interdependency as an Ethic for Accessible Intellectual Publics” // Annika Konrad, "Why Study Disability? Lessons Learned from a Community Writing Project” // Susan Naomi Bernstein, "Service on the Beach: Hyper-Focused Lessons from Hurricane Sandy” // Book reviews by Elizabeth Bentley, Candace Epps-Robertson, Katherine L. Silvester, and Tara Wood
The back of the flyer details the contents of the special issue: Interviews with Melanie Yergeau, Beth Ferri, & Nirmala Erevelles // Cynthia Fields, “Dangerous Reciprocity: Creating a Madness Narrative Research Methodology” // Lauren Obermark & Madaline Walter, “Mad Women on Display: Practices of Public Rhetoric at the Glore Psychiatric Museum” // Laura Thacker, “Overcoming the Odds: Disability Studies, Fat Studies, and Rhetorics of Bodily Control” // Julie Jung, “Interdependency as an Ethic for Accessible Intellectual Publics” // Annika Konrad, “Why Study Disability? Lessons Learned from a Community Writing Project” // Susan Naomi Bernstein, “Service on the Beach: Hyper-Focused Lessons from Hurricane Sandy” // Book reviews by Elizabeth Bentley, Candace Epps-Robertson, Katherine L. Silvester, and Tara Wood
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