The usual caveats:
1) your definitions of history and disability may exclude some of these articles, and include others;
2) listing here does not necessarily constitute a recommendation of the articles involved; and
3) only English-language tables of contents or abstracts are usually culled (but works in other languages are welcome from contributors).
Arnold, David. "Diabetes in the Tropics: Race, Place and Class in India, 1880-1965," _Social History of Medicine_ 22(2009): 245-261.
Devinsky, Janna, Daniel Lowenstein, and Richard McElrea, "Harold Shaw and the Ross Sea Party: Epilepsy in the Antarctic," _Journal of the History of the Neurosciences_ 18(3)(July 2009): 320-328.
Fischer, Klaus-Dietrich, "A Mirror for Deaf Ears? A Medieval Mystery," _Electronic British Library Journal_ (2008)article 9: 1-17.http://www.bl.uk/eblj/2008articles/article9.html
Galusca, Roxana. "From Fictive Ability to National Identity: Disability, Medical Inspection and Public Health Regulations on Ellis Island," _Cultural Critique_ 72(Spring 2009): 137-163.
Lyle, Louise. "French Perspectives on Eugenics as Seen Through Selected Writings of Georges Duhamel," _French Cultural Studies_ 20(3) (2009): 257-272.
Martinez-Perez, Jose. "Consolidando el modelo medico de discapacidad: sobre la poliomielitis y la constitucion de la traumatologia y ortopedia como especialidad en Espana (1930-1950)" ["Consolidating the medical model of disability:on poliomyelitis and the constitution of orthopedic surgery and orthopaedics as a specialty in Spain (1930-1950)"], _Asclepio, Revista de la Medicina y de la Cinecia_ LXI (enero-junio 2009): 117-42. [in Spanish]
Meeuf, Russell, "John Wayne as 'Supercrip': Disabled Bodies and the Construction of 'Hard' Masculinity in The Wings of Eagles," _Cinema Journal_ 48(Winter 2009): 88–113.
Suzannah Biernoff reviewed Fae Brauer and Anthea Callen, eds., _Art, Sex, and Eugenics: Corpus Delecti_ (Ashgate 2008), in _Social History of Medicine_ 22(2009): 407-409.
Michael Mezzano Jr. reviewed Mark A. Largent, _Breeding Contempt: The History of Coerced Sterilizations in the United States_ (Rutgers UP 2008), in _Social History of Medicine_ 22(2009): 409-410.
Akinobu Takabayashi reviewed Lee-Ann Monk, _Attending Madness: At Work in the Australian Colonial Asylum_ (Rodopi 2008), in _Social History of Medicine_ 22(2009): 427-428.
Taylor, Steven J., _Acts of Conscience: World War II, Mental Institutions, and Religious Objectors_ (Syracuse University Press, 2009).
Mooney, Graham, and Jonathan Reinarz, ed. _Permeable Walls: Historical Perspectives on Hospital and Asylum Visiting_ (Clio Medica 86)(Rodopi 2009).
Contributions received this month from: Kristina Richardson, Rachael A. Zubal-Ruggieri (via DS-HUM), John Erlen, Daniel Wilson
compiled byPenny L. Richards PhD
Research Scholar, UCLA Center for the Study of Women
Co-editor, H-Education and H-Disability