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Deadline: For submissions to publication on "Madness & Disability"

Madness and disability? That's the theme of an upcoming issue of the scholarly publication, Disabilities Studies Quarterly. Here's their forwarded info about how you can send in your submission.

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When Feb 01, 2012
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Disabilities Studies Quarterly announces an upcoming special issue on Madness and Disability

 

Call for Proposals: Special Issue of Disability Studies Quarterly on 

Madness and Disability Studies

Submission deadline: February 1, 2012
Projected publication date: January 2013

Editor: R. Noam Ostrander


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