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Editorial Board
Roger Slee, University of Leeds (Editor-in-Chief)
Dan Goodley, The University of Sheffield (Managing Editor)
Miro Griffiths, University of Leeds (Managing Editor)
Antonios Ktenidis, The University of Sheffield (Managing Editor)
Kirsty Liddiard, University of Sheffield (Managing Editor)
Tim Corcoran, Deakin University
Marnie Best, University of South Australia (Executive Editor)
Angharad Beckett, The University of Leeds
Susan Gabel, Wayne State University
Katherine Runswick-Cole, University of Sheffield
Tanya Titchkosky, University of Toronto
Missy Morton, The University of Auckland
Linda Ware, CUNY

International Editorial Advisory Board
Julie Allan, The University of Birmingham
Michael Apple, University of Wisconsin at Maddison
Andrew Azzopardi, University of Malta
Alicia Broderick, Montclair University
Charlotte Brownlow, University of Southern Queensland
Kate de Bruin, Monash University
Jenene Burke, Federation University
Suzanne Carrington, Queensland University of Technology
Lise Claiborne, University of Waikato
Kathy Cologon, Macquarie University
David Connor, CUNY
Scot Danforth, Chapman College
Joanne Deppeler, Monash University
Beth Ferri, Syracuse University
Lani Florian, The University of Edinburgh
Bjorn Hamre, University of Copenhagen
Tim Loreman, Concordia University
Julianne Moss, Deakin University
Simon Ng, Hong Kong University
Evdoxia Nteropoulou – Nterou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Emily A Nusbaum, University of San Francisco
Patricia O’Brien, University of Sydney
Bethany Rice, Van Loan School at Endicott College
Gordon Tait, Queensland University of Technology
Vianne Timmons, University of Regina
Ben Whitburn, Deakin University
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Journal of Disability Studies in Education

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The Journal of Disability Studies in Education (JDSE) seeks to examine the architectures, cultures, discourses and practices of education across all sectors: early childhood education; elementary education; secondary education; higher education; vocational training; as well as informal and alternative education provision. Research into transitions within and across educational sectors, as well as transitions from education to employment and independent living, will also be of interest to JDSE and its readership.

JDSE is not a ‘special educational needs’ journal. We are not interested in describing nor recuperating dominant individual, medical and tragedy models of disability that emphasise the aetiologies and symptomologies of so-called childhood and adulthood pathological defects. Indeed, JDSE, as a specific concentration within Critical Disability Studies, provides a direct and continuing critique of the orthodoxies of special and regular education that have maintained the exclusion of people with disabilities.

JDSE receives a subvention for publication from the University of South Australia the Article Publication Charge is waived. For more information visit the Brill Open dedicated webpage. JDSE publishes 8 - 10 papers per volume by advance article publication. At the end of each issue, the papers will be published as one print issue for purchase. The papers will be published online at regular intervals to maintain the journal’s impact. Manuscripts will be subject to a rigorous anonymous peer review process.
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