The Journal of Philosophy of Disability
Forthcoming Fall 2021!
Joel Michael Reynolds and Teresa Blankmeyer Burke, Editors
The Journal of Philosophy of Disability is a new scholarly publication that will examine questions of disability, broadly construed. It will include peer-reviewed articles, review essays, critical responses, commentaries, and occasional symposia on all relevant topics. The editors will welcome scholarship from all philosophical perspectives, including analytic and continental traditions, the history of philosophy, empirically informed philosophy, and other traditions that substantively engage research in philosophy of disability. Philosophical fields engaging questions of disability range from social and political philosophy to phenomenology, normative and applied ethics to philosophy of law, and feminist philosophies of all kinds. The journal will publish original contributions from these and other areas.
Forthcoming Fall 2021
The goal of the JPD is to provide easy access to the highest-quality work in the field of philosophy of disability. It will be published by the Philosophy Documentation Center on an open access basis without requiring payments from authors. More information will be provided as the journal prepares for first publication.
· ISSN 2690-3326 (online) · Annual · Innaugural issue forthcoming Fall 2021 ·
· Forthcoming articles will be available online prior to final publication · Open Access·
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