Contesting the Limits of Civic Equality and Participation in the Age of Revolutions
Bridging Anthropological and Theological Perspectives
Edited by Karen Lauterbach and Mika Vähäkangas
Studies in Archaic and Classical Greek Song, Vol. 4
Edited by Margaret Foster, Leslie Kurke and Naomi Weiss
Eric Brandom and Tommaso Giordani
The translation is accompanied by an introduction and by a set of notes which situate the text both in Sorel’s overall intellectual trajectory and in the fin de siècle debates from which it emerged.
A Study of Darʾ taʿāruḍ al-ʿaql wa-l-naql
Carl Sharif El-Tobgui
Issues of Residence, Naturalization and Citizenship
Edited by Ray Jureidini and Said Fares Hassan
Contributors are: Abbas Barzegar, Abdul Jaleel, Dina Taha, Khalid Abou El Fadl, Mettursun Beydulla, Radhika Kanchana, Ray Jureidini, Rebecca Gould, Said Fares Hassan, Sari Hanafi, Tahir Zaman.
Essays from the Copenhagen Symposium, 14-15 August, 2017
Edited by Mette Bundvad and Kasper Siegismund
Roger Slee, Tim Corcoran and Marnie Best
This paper provides the historical and theoretical foundations for the emergent field of Disability Studies in Education. Disability Studies in Education proceeds from the trans-disciplinary work we find in the continuing development of Disability Studies. It applies the principles and conceptual threads of Disability Studies to critique the ableist traditions, structures and cultures of education and to suggest how education might be otherwise. The paper makes clear the distinction between special education and disability studies in education. Special education has proven its resilience and willingness to appropriate the discourse of inclusive education in order to adapt and sustain its core assumptions about children with disabilities and their education. Accordingly, it is critical that this journal make explicit the distinctions between the conceptual foundations and practical applications of special education and Disability Studies in Education. This first paper is an attempt at draw these lines of distinctions and the aspirations for the Journal of Disability Studies in Education.