Welcome to the Disability Studies research guide at Fordham University Libraries. This guide is designed to provide an overview of resources available at Fordham for Disability Studies research.
If you are having difficulties locating research materials in this area, feel free to ask a librarian for assistance:
Selecting keywords for research in Disability Studies can be challenging for a variety of reasons:
Taking language issues into account will help with selecting keywords as you search for books, articles, statistics, primary sources, audiovisual materials, data sets, and more. This page offers resources below to help understand current and historical terminology.
This section contains a range of interdisciplinary resources for researching keywords and historical terms.
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Consult the Database Search Tips from MIT Libraries for additional insights into structuring your search terms.
Reference sources provide background information and summaries:
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