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Sunday, July 11, 2004
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Rolling Rains Report: Precipitating Dialogue on Travel, Disability, and Universal Design Updated: Sun, 11 Jul 2004 03:56 PM
Travel & Disability Forum -- Review of Disability Studies -- Spring 2005
I am pleased to announce a Call for Papers for the scholarly forum "Travel and Disability."
Papers are sought in one of four categories:
The history of inclusive travel (travel accommodating those with disabilities)
The impact of travel on self-identity and disability culture(s)
The representation of travelers with disabilities in the myth and practice of the travel and hospitality industry
The place of Universal Design in the sustainability of inclusive travel
In addition, freestanding bibliographies from reviews of the literature will be accepted in any language and the maximum breadth of language representation is sought.
The forum will appear in the Review of Disability Studies Spring 2005 issue. The format is approximately 50 pages double-spaced. Article proposals are requested by August 15, 2004. Send them to Dr. Scott Rains at email@example.com.
The first round submission deadline for completed articles is November 15, 2004.
The language of publication is English. The editors are committed to working with new authors and those unable to submit in English. Joint authorship is encouraged, when appropriate, to insure a diversity of geographic representation in the volume.
Further information on the Review of Disability Studies is available at: Main: www.rds.hawaii.edu Submission guidelines: http://www.rds.hawaii.edu/submissions/guidelines/default.htm Updates will be posted on the Rolling Rains Report. Search under the keyword "RDS" or the blog's category "Review of Disability Studies".
Contact: Dr. Scott Rains firstname.lastname@example.org
Resident Scholar UC Santa Cruz, Oakes College, Center for Cultural Studies