The Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies is celebrating Disability History Month by offering free access to a selection of articles until 18th December 2020.
Based in the Centre for Culture & Disability Studies (CCDS), the online and print quarterly is supported by Project MUSE and Scopus. We are pleased to report that it now has an Impact Factor of 0.23 and a CiteScore of 0.2, according to the recently published 2019 figures.
We are also pleased to share good news about the 40th issue (JLCDS, 14.1), published earlier this year. Based on a CCDS seminar series, the special issue was entitled Disability and the Emotions. We are delighted to report that one of the research articles, by regular CCDS visitor Gesine Wegner (Technische Universitat Dresden), is this year’s recipient of the Martin-Schüwer Publication Award for Excellence in Comic Studies. The seminar on which the article is based can be accessed freely on the CCDS YouTube channel.
JLCDS articles free to read until December 18th 2020.
A WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN: HOP-FROG, FREAK SHOWS, AND REPRESENTATIONS OF DWARFISM
DEMANDING MONEY WITH MENACES: FEAR AND LOATHING IN THE ARCHIPELAGO OF CONFINEMENT
REAGAN, WOUNDED HEROES, AND THE CYBORG SOLDIER IN LOIS MCMASTER BUJOLD’S THE WARRIOR’S APPRENTICE
THE ABLE-BODIED SLAVE
SOUNDING DISMODERNISM IN JAMES JOYCE’S ULYSSES
DANIEL RYAN MORSE
To learn more about the Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies visit the JLCDS webpage.
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