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Disability Studies



This guide is for students and researchers looking for information resources on Disability Studies. Hand-picked resources are available using the tabs on the left.

  • Looking for books? See the Background Information & Books tab.
  • Need peer-reviewed articles? Use the Scholarly Journal Articles & Databases tab.
  • For resources specific to education, see the Disability & Education tab (which takes you to a separate guide).
  • For information about accessibility and accommodations, please click on the Accessibility & Assistive Technology in the Libraries tab (which takes you to a separate guide)


Because Disability Studies is such an interdisciplinary field, several librarians are available for research support:

  • Gina Bastone: Humanities Librarian for English Literature, Women's & Gender Studies, and LGBTQ Studies
  • Elle Covington: Social Science Librarian for Special Education, Educational Psychology, and Social Work
  • PG Moreno: Social Science Librarian for African and African Diaspora Studies, American Studies, Anthropology, Public Affairs, PG is also the Coordinator of Library Services for Users with Disabilities and Assistive Technology 

See their profile boxes to the right for contact information.

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