Disability Studies Quarterly
| by David R. Anderson

Disability Studies and the Environmental Humanities, an anthology co-edited by Jay Sibara, assistant professor of English, has received critical reviews in top environmental literature and disability studies journals, including in ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, Disability & Society, and Disability Studies Quarterlywhich said the book “delivers a marvelous first-of-its-kind compendium in this quickly growing and dynamic intersection of artistic, activist, and scholarly inquiry.”

Sibara also had his short story “Three Bullets” published in Moss: A Journal of the Pacific Northwest in June.

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