Considering Disability exists to address disability discrimination. We believe discrimination comes down to a lack of knowledge and understanding. This is the journal that does something about it. The journal for students. Graduates. Early-career researchers. Providing entry-level access to academia. Taking your research and preparing it for practitioners, Considering Disability educates.
Want to see your research matter? Used by people who need it? Put your knowledge where it should be. Publish with the Considering Disability Journal.
An entry-level graduate led peer-reviewed academic publication in the field of disability studies.
About the Journal
The Considering Disability Journal is a professional publication producing quality output on par with other similar journals.
ISSN: 2057-5874 (Print)
Publication Frequency: Annual
- Disability Studies
- Disability and the Arts
- Inclusion and Special Educational Needs
- Social Sciences
- Sociology and Social Policy
Aims and Scope
We accept submissions on contemporary disability topics. We welcome anything that offers insight into disability thinking in a particular country. CDJ is interested in creating a dialogue between local and global disability narratives, conceptions and ideologies of ‘disability’ and ‘normalcy’. We aim to include voices that are marginalised and different. The journal provides opportunities for critical investigation as well as personal agency through “considering” what disability means both academically and personally.
Chief Editorial Adviser: Hannah-Rebecca Joy Guscoth
Executive Editors: Dr Shahd Alshammari (Arab Open University), Dr Kamlesh Kumar Sahu (Institute of Psychiatry, Kolkata)
Assistant Editors: We offer annual assistant editor positions for current students
We invite early career, student and graduate academics to submit their research to the Considering Disability Journal.