Published by the Society for Disability Studies, the Disability Studies Quarterly is the world’s premier peer-reviewed journal that seeks to provide a forum for scholars to advance the discipline. Published exclusively online, the journal provides unprecedented access to veteran scholars, academic institutions, activists, artists, and the general public.
As of fall 2008, DSQ no longer requires a password to access its content.
To take and in depth look at DSQ, explore the following set of links or use the navigation available on the left-hand side of your screen (navigation section).
- Access DSQ
- Find more information on how to access the Disability Studies Quarterly.
- Current issue
- Read the latest issue of the journal.
- Past (or archived) issues
- Read all the past issues of DSQ going back to year 2000.
- Editorial Board
- Find more information about the editorial board of DSQ and guidelines for serving on the editorial board.
- History of DSQ
- Read the latest history of DSQ compiled by its former editor.
- Announcements and call for papers
- Read the latest announcements and find out about special call for papers.
- Guidelines for contributors
- Find information including style and submission guidelines for interested contributors.
- DSQ Principles
- Read the originating principles behind the journal as approved by the SDS board in Fall 2003. These guiding principles were drafted by Rosemarie Garland-Thomson and Paul K. Longmore.
- Find out more information about advertising in the online journal including pricing and guidelines for submitting material.
- Reprints & royalties
- Find more information on how to make requests for reprints.