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Syracuse University Press is proud to announce the launch of our new series, Critical Perspectives on Disability. Books in this series will explore the place of people with disabilities in society through the lens of disability studies, critical special education, disability law and policy, and international human rights. The series publishes books from such disciplines as sociology, law and public policy, history, anthropology, the humanities, educational theory, literature, communications, the study of popular culture, and diversity and cultural studies. We are interested in books that are designed to cross disciplinary and national boundaries and to appeal to diverse audiences. If you are working on a manuscript or have completed one in our field of interest, we encourage you to write us about your work.

Cover for the book: Mad Scholars

Mad ScholarsReclaiming and Reimagining the Neurodiverse Academy

Cover for the book: Acts of Conscience

Acts of ConscienceWorld War II, Mental Institutions, and Religious Objectors