Disability Studies Quarterly, published by The Ohio State University Libraries, is the academic journal for the Society of Disability Studies. This multidisciplinary international journal holds appeal for scholars across a broad range of fields, such as the social sciences, the humanities, and creative writers. Disability Studies Quarterly focuses on fostering theoretical knowledge, as well as exploring the lived experiences of disabled people, and it aims to stimulate intellectual debate and conversation around and across its many disciplines. Topics from its most recent issue include humor and storytelling, gender and sexuality, and reframing conventions and rhetoric surrounding the lives of people with disabilities. Each issue also includes reviews of books and media relevant to disability studies. In addition to this journal's academic audience, disability rights advocates and others interested in issues concerning disabled people would find value in this resource.