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  1. The Disability Studies Reader
  2. Rethinking Disability:A Disability Studies Approach to Inclusive Practices (A Practical Guide) by Jan Valle, David Connor, 2010-02-03
  3. Foucault and the Government of Disability (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability)
  4. Handbook of Disability Studies by Dr. Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine Delores Seelman, et all 2001-05-24
  5. Disability Theory (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability) by Tobin Anthony Siebers, 2008-06-16
  6. Disability Studies: Enabling the Humanities by Sharon L. Snyder, 2002-11-01
  7. Disability Studies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction by Dr Dan Goodley, 2010-12-30
  8. Vital Questions Facing Disability Studies in Education
  9. An Introduction to Disability Studies by David Johnstone, 2001-11-09
  10. Disability and Diversity: A Sociological Perspective by Mark Sherry, 2008-10
  11. Disability Aesthetics (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability) by Tobin Anthony Siebers, 2010-02-04
  12. Teaching Learning Strategies and Study Skills To Students with Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorders, or Special Needs, 3rd Edition by Stephen S. Strichart, Charles T. Mangrum, 2001-10-27
  13. This Abled Body: Rethinking Disabilities in Biblical Studies (Semeia Studies) by Hector Avalos, 2007-11-14
  14. Deaf and Disability Studies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

1. Centre For Disability Studies - Home Page
An interdisciplinary centre for teaching and research in the field of disability studies at the University of Leeds. (England)
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2. Society For Disability Studies Links
Academic Programs or Centers of disability studies. Canadian Centre on disability studies Center for disability studies at the University of Hawaii
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... International Disability Studies Organizations Academic Programs or Centers of Disability Studies Canadian Centre on Disability Studies Center for Disability Studies at the University of Hawaii Centre for Disability Studies , U.K. ... Department of Disability and Human Development, at the University of Illinois at Chicago. They now have a Ph.D. program in Disability Studies and a Masters of Science program in Disability and Human Development. Disability-Related Organizations, Institutes, Initiatives, and Agencies AAPD (American Association of People with Disabilities) ADAPT (American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today) AHEAD (Association on Higher Education and Disability) Canadian Centre on Disability Studies HEALTH Resource Center . Information about postsecondary education for people with disabilities. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights/Leadership Conference Educational Fund . Has information on hate crimes, and policy information relevant to people with disabilities, racial/ethnic minorities, gay/lesbian/bisexual transgender people, and elderly people.

3. Welcome To The Center On Disability Studies At The University Of Hawaii
A Hawaii University program to promote improved quality of life for persons with disabilities through core functions of interdisciplinary training, research, service, and dissemination of products and promising practices.
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4. Disability Studies Online Magazine
Online magazine publishing topics relating to the field of disability studies.
Disability Studies Online Magazine Spring 2004 News Assist Troy Reynolds a Disability Studies PhD student by completing a short survey Book Reviews Online Disability Fiction Reading Group! The DaVinci Code- A Blockbuster Slam Against People With Disabilities ESSAYS Patricia A. Murphy, Ph.D. on " Why the Rehabilitation Profession Needs Disability Studies ARTICLES Sharon Wachsler' explores the oppression of People with MCS OPINION PAGES " Bridging the Gap " A Column By Michael A. Northrop exploring equality between people with and without disabilities "I Am Abled" a poem by Lanaia Lee HOT TOPIC announcing the launch of a new online disability literary journal Interested in Submitting to Disability Studies Online? Submission Guidelines Like This Site? Help Us With Promotion By Proudly Displaying Our Banner On Your Webpage! Check Out Our Other Banners and Our Banner Exchange Program Please E-mail us if you have any problems viewing this page! FEATURES academic programs book coupons calls for papers conferences ...
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5. Society For Disability Studies Home
A nonprofit scientific and educational organization established to promote interdisciplinary research on humanistic and social scientific aspects of
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News and Events Guidelines for Disability Studies Programs For nearly two decades, the Society for Disability Studies has worked to explore issues of disability and chronic illness from scholarly perspectives. Our membership includes social scientists, health researchers, and humanities scholars as well as artists and those active in the disability rights movement. We are committed to interdisciplinarity and to the full participation of disabled people in society. In addition to publishing Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ), we hold an annnual conference which brings together scholars from a broad spectrum of fields as well as artists and community-based activists. In both DSQ and at our conferences, you will find exciting and groundbreaking work on current issues in disability studies. A discussion list keeps our membership in touch between conferences and serves as a valuable source of information. Please see the links on this page for information about becoming a member, attending our upcoming conference, and subscribing to DSQ. Jim Ferris, President

6. AJ Pappanikou Center For Developmental Disabilities Home Page
Events calendar, staff directory, projects and searchable database of books, multimedia and AV resources.
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7. The Disability Archive UK
Hosted by the Centre for disability studies University of Leeds. About the Archive. There is little doubt that disability studies should be rooted in the
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There is little doubt that Disability Studies should be rooted in the work of disabled people and their organisations. An understanding of history is vital if we are to engage with the present and influence the future. But all too often we have little or no knowledge of the concerns and insights of those who went before. The aim of the Disability Archive UK is to provide disabled people, students and scholars with an interest in this and related fields, access to the writings of those disability activists, writers and allies whose work may no longer be easily accessible in the public domain. It is hoped that the documents available via the Archive will help to inform current and future debates on disability and related issues. The Archive will be periodically expanded to include other material as and when it becomes available. Files and articles may be freely downloaded and reproduced in other formats for those without access to a computer. However, files may NOT be downloaded and reproduced in any format for commercial purposes without the express permission of the author or authors concerned. Furthermore, files may not be transferred to any website that charges a fee for user access. Finally, the entire Disability Archive UK must not be linked to other websites as a mirror file for ease of local use without prior consultation with the archive administrator.

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A consumerdirected, university-affiliated centre involved in research and education on disability issues. Committed to fostering a spirit of collaboration
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July 27, 2005 Dear Friends and Partners: Canadian Centre on Disability Studies continues its 10 th Anniversary Celebration throughout the year and is pleased to announce one more upcoming event: on September 23, 2005; 6:00 pm at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. It will be a time for sharing stories of the past and visions of the future. We would like to invite you to join us in our celebration and participate as we recall past achievements, lessons learned and turn the page to an exciting future. Please contact the CCDS office by August 31 st - phone 204-287-8411, by fax 204-284-5343 or by email to book your tickets. There are a limited number of seats available. We look forward to seeing you.

9. Center For Recreation And Disability Studies
Designs and conducts research, training, and demonstration projects in the areas of recreation and disability. Department of Recreation, University of North Carolina.

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The Mission of the Center for Recreation and Disability Studies is to design and conduct exemplary research, training, and demonstration projects in the areas of recreation and disability. All projects focus on consumer-driven services and supports for the improvement of professional practice and the provision of the best possible recreation, rehabilitation, and recovery services to persons with disabilities. To carry out this mission, the Center brings together creative, innovative, and forward-thinking professionals from recreation, therapeutic recreation, and related disciplines. Completed Projects
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10. Disability Studies In The Humanities
Syllabi and links from Georgetown University at Washington, DC.
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11. Community Rehabilitation And Disability Studies
Part of the University of Calgary. Curriculum, research and professional development information.
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Applies social, cultural, historical, and philosophical perspectives to the study of disability in society. Syracuse University, New York.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
  • A minimum of 24 credits beyond the bachelor's degree and a thesis (3 or 6 credits) or a minimum of 30 credits beyond the bachelor's degree and a comprehensive examination. An internship (3 or 6 credits) at one of the School of Education's disability centers or institutes or another organization approved by the student's advisor. A minimum of 3 credits of qualitative or quantitative research methodology.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
  • A minimum of 90 credits beyond the bachelor's degree; one half of the credits, excluding dissertation hours, may be transferred from another university with the advisor's approval. A minimum of 12 credits of research methodology.

13. Status Of Disability Studies Programs, 2003
A continuously updated list of programs which deal in some way with the cultural and political determinants of the disability experience.
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This page provides a continuously updated list of Disability Studies Programs in North America. We would eventually hope to include all programs that deal in some way with the cultural and political determinants of the disability experience. Please contact Mike Dorn if you can suggest additions or corrections: For the sake of clarity (characterization and navigation), these programs have been grouped according to the academic units they answer to, and that provide them with support, within their universities. A. Human Services G. Interdisciplinary B. Public Administration H. Housed in UCEDDs C. Education D. Allied Health Professions I Other Disability Studies Initiatives E. Humanities, Social Sciences or Graduate School J. Other Websites That Track Disability Studies Initiatives
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Medaille College Buffalo , NY Disability Studies Certificate (undergrad) University of Delaware Dover, DE

14. Society For Disability Studies Home
For nearly two decades, the Society for disability studies has worked to explore issues of disability and chronic illness from scholarly

15. The Review Of Disability Studies: An International Journal
This International journal focuses on disability research and education. Features articles, essays, and bibliographies relating to the culture of disability.
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16. Barbara Robertson's Disability Research Resources
Online resources for disability research from a socio-political perspective, and the emerging interdisciplinary field of disability studies.

17. Welcome To The Center On Disability Studies At The University Of
The Center on disability studies (CDS) is a University of Hawaii Board of Regents recognized Center focused upon development and conduct of

18. Abilityinfo - Disability Information For Students And Professionals
International disability news, jobs, discussion, resources. A site designed for students and professionals supporting individuals with disabilities.

19. Centre For Disability Studies - Home Page
An interdisciplinary centre for teaching and research in the field of disability studies at the University of Leeds. (England)

20. Disability Studies Web Ring
Brings together sites relating to the interdisciplinary research on the history, literature, experience and culture of people with disabilities.

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