Electric Moms and Quad Drivers: People with Disabilities Buying, Making, and Using Technology in Postwar America
American Studies is a quarterly interdisciplinary journal sponsored by the Mid-America American Studies Association, the University of Kansas, and the Hall Center for the Humanities. With an editorial staff from a number of areas of study, the journal offers provocative perspectives on a variety of issues. Frequent special sections and special issues create a space for a broad discussion on a single topic. Articles on pedagogy inform the American studies classroom. The book review section aims at keeping readers conversant with contemporary scholarship. American Studies first appeared in 1959, and has 1,100 current subscribers much of it international. In 2005 it merged with American Studies International, and welcomes submissions with an international perspective.