2nd Call for papers: Ableism, Disablism, Enablism Deadline 1 April, 2022

Gregor Wolbring Discussion

Call for papers for a special issue with the topic Ableism, Disablism, Enablism in the open access Scopus listed journal Societies. This special issue aims to explore the many facets of ableism and ability-based disablism and enablism. Many have over time engaged with the cultural reality of ability-based expectations, judgments, norms, and conflicts in the relationship between “non-disabled people” and “disabled people” but also human–human relationships in general and humans–post-/transhuman, humans–cyborg human, human–nonsentient machine, human–animal, and human–nature relationships and the disabling and enabling use of ability expectations and ableism. The CFP accepts three types of submissions: empirical data, reviews and theoretical/conceptual papers. Submissions will be peer reviewed and, if accepted, published as soon as they are submitted. As such, submissions before the deadline are encouraged. The APC (Article Processing Charge) is waived for this CFP. All submissions will be reviewed using a double blind process.. Link to the CFP  

Guest Editors 

Professor Gregor Wolbring  Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Dr Anica Zeyen Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, Centre for Research into Sustainability Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship School of Business and Management The Centre for the Study of Pain and Well-being

Professor Oana Branzei is Donald F. Hunter Professor of International Business and Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at the Ivey Business School and Faculty Scholar at Western University in Canada