Summer 2018 Table of Contents


Brandy Schillace, Editor-in-Chief
Hanna Clutterbuck-Cook, Managing Editor
Anna J. Clutterbuck-Cook, Review Editor

Download PDF of issue 1:2.


Health, Gender, and Embodiment: Part One
Brandy Schillace, Editor-in-Chief


“It was a parting with himself, or rather a part of himself”: Tracing Severed Accounts of Disabled African American Union Veterans
by Alexandria Einspahr

The Gender Kidney Donation Gap: Where are All the Male Kidneys?
by Nate Hodson

The Protection Silence Does Not Offer
by Stephanie Quinn

The Bio-Psycho-Social Effects of Eczema on Zelda Fitzgerald
by Karen Tatum

Haunted Systems: The Legacies Affecting Queer Mental Healthcare
by Katherine Von Wald

“She looked so normal”: Embodied Narratives and Promoting Awareness about Rare Disease in China
by Daniel Vuillermin and Li Zhuoya


Modernism and the Machinery of Madness by Andrew Gaedtke
Review by Burcu Alkan

Enduring Bonds by Philip N. Cohen
Review by Anna Clutterbuck-Cook

Black on Both Sides by C. Riley Snorton
Review by Laura Koch

Sexism Ed by Kelly J. Baker
Review by Hannah Lowe

So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
Review by Danielle Nielsen

The Price for Their Pound of Flesh by Daina Ramey Berry
Review by Sarah Parker

Genderqueer and Non-Binary Genders by Christina Richards, Walter Pierre Bouman, and Meg-John Barker, eds.
Review by Heather Stewart

The Future of Dósis

Dósis will publish one final issue in Fall 2018 (1:3) before ceasing to produce new content. For the foreseeable future, this website ( will remain online for readers to access the archives going back to March 2011. If you have questions please contact Brandy Schillace at

Download PDF of 1:1 (Winter/Fall 2018).

Download PDF of 1:2 (Summer 2018).

Download PDF of 1:3 (Fall 2018). [link to come]

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