The International Journal of Disability and Social Justice is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Pluto Journals that contributes to the field of interdisciplinary Disability Studies.
Print ISSN: 2732-4036 / e-ISSN: 2732-4044.
This journal is sponsored by the International Disability Alliance (IDA)
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The International Journal of Disability and Social Justice (IJDSJ) is a new international and interdisciplinary journal in the field of Disability Studies, providing an outlet for scholars and academic-activists. Launching in 2021, the Journal will be of interest and use to the broader community of disabled people and their allies, who are working to challenge injustices and build inclusive societies. The Journal and its companion Digest (an open-access publication published alongside with summaries of articles) will publish cutting-edge scholarship and research by authors concerned with challenging injustices related to disability.
IJDSJ understand Disability Studies to include Critical Disability Studies, Ability Studies and Studies in Ableism. The Journal recognise the connections between Disability Studies and allied fields including Deaf Studies, Mad Studies and Critical Autism Studies. Authors from these fields are warmly invited authors to submit to and engage with the Journal.
Given the Journal’s focus on social justice, many contributions will draw upon ideas developed in the broad fields of:
The Journal will initially be published 3-4 times per year.
The Journal's Editorial Executive: IJDSJContact@gmail.com
Publisher Pluto Journals: Eve Kanram <firstname.lastname@example.org>