Palgrave Studies in Disability and International Development

Book Series
There are 2 volumes in this series
Published 2015 - 2018

About this series

We are pleased to announce the new book series, the Palgrave Studies in Disability and International Development. With this series, we open space for innovative research, debate and critical writings aimed at pushing forward the frontiers of discourse, theory and practice. We are seeking strong new monographs reporting on empirical work, edited books, as well as shorter theoretical writings, and are especially interested in interdisciplinary offerings. We welcome unsolicited book proposals. We accept completed manuscripts, but would also be happy to hear about current research or aboutwriting projects still in-process. The series is intended to span a range of areas and we would welcome proposals on any topic related to international development and disability, including, though not limited to: Inclusive education Employment and livelihoods Social protection Disability and poverty Human rights and disability rights Health and health care Discrimination and exclusion Religion and spirituality Disability definition and measurement (Data and Disability) Rehabilitation and community based rehabilitation Enabling and disabling environments International development programs and their impacts on disabled people Disability cultures and identities Histories of disability Postcolonial issues Indigenous concerns Inclusive research and decolonizing approaches