on Disability Studies, Arts, and Education 

Editorial comments & Introduction

I-II         Senior editor’s commentary / Mira Kallio-Tavin

III-X       Introduction / Alice Wexler


1-24        The Wind Is the Power: Social Empowerment for Disabled Performers Through Development and Performance of Personalised New Musical Interfaces / Andy Best-Dunkley

25-40 Representation, Re-presentation, and Representin’ through Graphic Novels / Kelly Gross

41-56 Touch the Art: Accessible Learning Opportunities for the Blind and Visually Impaired / Jeremy Johnson

57-73 Creating Circumstances for an Institutional Pedagogy: Notes on Tracings Out of Thin / Alexander Ivanov and Joana Monbaron

74-87 DisAbility on Stage – Exploring the Physical in Dance and Performer Training / Yvonne Schmidt, Sarah Marinucci, Sara Bocchini, Demis Quadri, Anton Rey

88-102 “Do You Come to School for One Student Only?”: Reception and Resistances to the Implementation of Parallel Support of Disabled Students in Greece / Soula Marinoudi

103-125 Artistic Knowledge Production and Neurodiversity: Visual Thinking between Nazi Heritage, Ableism Debates and University Reforms / Nina Stuhldreher