RDS Volume 4, No. 4

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    Audio Review: Rollover
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2008) Brown, Steven E.
    Authors: Andy Morgan and Johnny Crescendo Reviewer: Steven E. Brown Publisher: Email adaptdan@yahoo.com or write to Johnny at 3607 Windsor Dr, Bensalem PA, 19020. Make checks payable to Alan Holdsworth. Format: CD Cost: $14 USD including postage. Contact by email for additional postage costs if you live outside US.
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    Book Review: Disability in Local and Global Worlds
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2008) Stein, Michael
    Authors: Benedicte Ingstad & Susan Reynolds Whyte (Eds.) Reviewer: Michael Stein Publisher: University of California Press, 2007 Paperback, ISBN: 978-0-520-24617-1, 324 pages Cost: Paperback, $21.95 USD
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    Book Review: Critical Disability Theory: Essays in Philosophy, Politics, Policy, and Law
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2008) Basas, Carrie Griffin
    Authors: Dianne Pothier and Richard Devlin (Eds.) Publisher: University of British Columbia Press, 2006 Reviewer: Carrie Griffin Basas Cloth, ISBN: 9780774812030, 352 pages Paperback, ISBN: 9780774812047, 352 pages Cost: Cloth, $85.00 USD; Paperback, $32.95 USD
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    Book Review: The History of My Shoes and The Evolution of Darwin’s Theory
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2008) Say, Nathan
    Author: Kenny Fries Publisher: Caroll and Graf Books, 2007 Paperback, ISBN: 0-78672-007-7, 206 pages Cost: Amazon.com: $10.17 USD Reviewer: Nathan Say
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    Disability Studies: Origins, Current Conflict, and Resolution
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2008) DePoy, Elizabeth ; Gilson, Stephen
    In this article, we identify the roots of disability studies in interdisciplinary intellectual traditions as the basis for its current creativity, as well as its challenges in serving multiple academic masters. Looking to the future, we suggest rethinking and teaching disability through an integrative, interactive framework of juncture/disjuncture.