Information for Submitting Papers to the Review of Disability Studies Journal 2022 Pac Rim Conference Proceedings Issue
Who is eligible? Papers presented during the February 28th & March 1, 2022 at the Pacific Rim Conference are eligible to be submitted to the Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal (RDS) to be considered to be published in the Pac Rim Conference Proceedings issue in Fall 2022.
When are the deadlines? Submission to the Conference Proceedings issue will open on March 8, 2022 HST with a deadline of March 31, 2022 HST. No submissions will be accepted after this time.
Lead presenters, please make sure to share this with your co-presenters since we may not have their email if not entered during the proposal process.
Conference Proceeding Training
Learn more about submitting your paper for the conference in the inaugural publication of the Pac Rim Conference Proceedings with Review of Disability Studies. Presentation to include publication policies, requirements, timeline and additional information about the Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal.
- Tuesday Jan 11th 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm HST
- Tuesday Jan 18th 9:00 am – 9:45 am HST (Repeat session)
Who should attend? For those accepted to present a paper at Pac Rim 2022 who wish to have their paper considered for inclusion in the publication of the Pac Rim Conference Proceedings with Review of Disability Studies. Submissions will be accepted from March 8 to March 31, 2021. This session will be recorded. (10-15 min presentation & 10-15 min Q&A).
To address the need for an internationally-focused academic journal in the field of Disability Studies, in 2003, the late David Pfeiffer and a team at the Center on Disability Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (including Drs. Robert Stodden, Steve Brown, Megan Conway and Tom Conway) founded Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal (RDS).
RDS provides an international forum for people with disabilities, academics, professionals, artists and creators from all backgrounds and expertise to express ideas relevant to disability studies and people with disabilities. RDS is open to a wide variety of perspectives, approaches, views, and paradigms relevant to the study and experience of disability.