Dis/Color, edited by Nirmala Erevelles, Julie Avril Minich, and Cynthia Wu, highlights innovative books that reveal the intersections among racism, ableism, and other unequal structures and practices in U.S. and transnational contexts. The editors seek manuscripts grounded in disciplinary and transdisciplinary scholarship in the humanities and qualitative social sciences. Manuscripts may include those that address the lived experiences of people of color, those that broach theoretically informed claims, and those that involve empirically grounded perspectives about the regulatory and intersectional regimes of racial and ableist structures that shape human experience in the United States and globally. Prospective authors should contact the series editors or Temple University Press Editor Shaun Vigil to discuss their work in progress for inclusion in the series.

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Disabled Futures

A Framework for Radical Inclusion

Milo W. Obourn

188 pages
6 x 9
1 line drawing, 5 halftones

PB: 978-1-4399-1731-2 $29.95 Jan 20
HC: 978-1-4399-1730-5 $99.50 Jan 20
Ebook: 978-1-4399-1732-9 $29.95 Jan 20


Just Care

Messy Entanglements of Disability, Dependency, and Desire

Akemi Nishida

264 pages
6 x 9

PB: 978-1-4399-1990-3 $34.95 Jul 22
HC: 978-1-4399-1989-7 $110.50 Jul 22
Ebook: 978-1-4399-1991-0 $34.95 Jul 22

Pedagogies of woundedness

Pedagogies of Woundedness

Illness, Memoir, and the Ends of the Model Minority

James Kyung-Jin Lee

224 pages
6 x 9

PB: 978-1-4399-2186-9 $29.95 Dec 21
HC: 978-1-4399-2185-2 $110.50 Dec 21
Ebook: 978-1-4399-2187-6 $29.95 Dec 21