About the Journal

The Journal of Critical Study of Communication & Disability (JCSCD) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access journal published by Adelphi University Libraries. The journal is designed to provide a forum for research, theory, practice, policy, curriculum, and community-based engagement using critical science related to people and groups who are marginalized and/or pathologized for their languaging and ways of communicating. It is a vehicle for connecting scholars, educators, and clinicians interested in promoting transformative research, policy, and practice. The overall aims of the journal are to advocate for linguistic justice, equity, and access for diverse communicators. The editors of the  journal actively seek global perspectives and welcome methods of inquiry that challenge positivist and colonial forms of knowledge, and papers that challenge dominant discourses and ideologies. 


Call for Papers: Special Issue on Genocide, Communication, and Disability


This special issue of JCSCD aims to challenge the perception of genocide as a peripheral concern for academics, practitioners, and community groups engaged in communication and disability studies and expand our knowledge and the discourse within and between genocide, communication and disability areas of studies.

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Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023)
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Published: 12/20/2023

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