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This is an abbreviated list highlighting publications by Center on Human Policy, Law, and Disability Studies faculty, staff and associates, and students. These resources may be obtained in several ways. Books and journal articles may be obtained through your local library, or through the Interlibrary Loan service of your library, if the library does not own the book or journal in question. Books, of course, may also be ordered through your local bookstore.

PUBLISHED BOOKS, ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, AND REVIEWS

 

2007-Present

Ben-Moshe, L., & Powell, J. W. (2007). Sign of our times? Revis(it)ing the International Symbol of Access. Disability & Society, 22(5), 489-505.

Ben-Moshe, L., Hill, D., Nocell II, A. J, & Templer, B. (2009). Dis-abling capitalism and an anarchism of “radical equality” in resistance to ideologies of normalcy. In R. Amster, A. DeLeon, L. Fernandez, A. J. Nocella II, & D. Shannon (Eds.), Contemporary anarchist studies: An introductory anthology of anarchy in the academy (pp. 113-122). New York: Routledge.

Boeltzig, H., & Suzuki, M. (2008, July). English Language Resources Related to Disability and Disability Studies in Japan. In M. Suzuki, O. Nagase, & H. Boeltzig (Eds.), International section: Disability Studies in Japan. Disability Studies Quarterly, 28(3). Retrieved August 6, 2008 from http://www.dsq-sds.org/DPubS?
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Connor, D. J., & Ferri, B. A. (2007, January). The conflict within: Resistance to inclusion and other paradoxes in special education. Disability & Society, 22(1), 63-77.

Ferri, B. A. (2008). Changing the script: Race & disability in Lynn Manning’s Weights. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 12(5-6), 497-509.

Ferri, B. A. (2008). Doing a (dis)Service: Reimagining special education from a Disability Studies perspective. In W. Ayers, T. Quinn, & D. Stovall (Eds.), The Handbook of Social Justice in Education. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Ferri, B. A. (2008). Inclusion in Italy: What happens when everyone belongs. In S. Gabel & S. Danforth (Eds.), Disability and the politics of education: An international reader [Disability Studies in Education] (pp. 41-52). New York: Peter Lang Publishers.

Ferri, B. A. (2010). A dialogue we’ve yet to have: Critical race studies & Disability Studies. In C. Dudling-Marling (Ed.), The myth of the normal curve [Disability Studies in Education Vol. 11] (pp. 139-150). New York: Peter Lang.

Ferri, B. A., & Bacon, J. (2011). Beyond inclusion: Disability Studies in early childhood teacher education. In L. Goodwin & B. Fennimore (Eds.), Promoting Social Justice for Young Children: Educating the Young Child [Educating the Young Child, Vol. 3] (pp. 137-146). New York: Springer.

Ferri, B. A., & Connor, D. J. (2010, January). “I was the special ed. girl”: Urban working class young women of color. Gender & Education, 22(1), 105-121.

Kanter, A. (Ed.).  (2007, Spring).  Symposium:  The United Nations Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities [Special issue].  Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 34(2).

Kanter, A. (2007, Spring).  The promise and challenge of the United Nations Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities.  Symposium:  The United Nations Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities [Special issue].  Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 34(2), 287-321.  

Kanter, A. (2008, Winter).  Permanency planning for children with disabilities: The right to live with a family for every child.  Children's Legal Rights Journal, 28(4), 1-28.

Kanter, A. S.  (2011, Winter). The law:  What's Disability Studies got to do with it or an introduction to disability legal studies.  Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 42(2), 403-479. Available online at: http://www3.law.columbia.edu/hrlr/hrlr_journal/42.2/Kanter.pdf.

Kliewer, C., & Biklen, D. (2007). Enacting literacy: Local understanding, significant disability, and a new frame for educational opportunity. Teachers College Record, 109(12).

Kluth, P., Biklen, D., English-Sand, P., & Smukler, D. (2007, Summer). Going away to school: Stories of families who move to seek inclusion educational experiences for their children with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 18(1), 43-56.

O'Brien, J. (2007). Response to Holborn and Cea: Planning with open eyes and open hearts: An alternative to excessive positivism. Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 32(3), 1-4.

Schwartz, M. (2007, Spring). Deafness in Vietnam: Will the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities make a difference? Symposium:  The United Nations Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities [Special Issue].  Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 34(2), 483-515.

Sinecka, J. (2007, Winter/Spring).  Disability law in the Czech Republic: A case study.  Disability Studies Quarterly, 27(1-2).  Available:  http://www.dsq-sds.org/_articles_html/2007/winter/sinecka_disabilitylaw-czech.asp.

Sinecka, J. (2008). Czech Republic: Empowerment of D/deaf community through education (1945-2006).  In S. Gabel & S. Danforth (Eds.), Disability studies in education:  An international reader [Disability Studies in Education].  New York : Peter Lang. 

Sinecka, J. (2008, August). 'I am bodied'. 'I am sexual'. 'I am human'. Experiencing deafness and gayness: a story of a young man. Disability & Society, 23(5), 475-484. 

Sinecka, J. (2009, March).   The Czech Republic:  Report on the current state of disability law and policy.  Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 19(4), 195-203.

Suzuki, M. (2008, July).  Review of M. Shinohara. (1986). Ideological critiques of the mainstream special education discourse on "protecting the educational rights of children with disabilities": Focusing on human reciprocity, or ensuring development? ["Syogaiji-no-kyoiku-ken" shiso-hihan: Kankei-no-sozo-ka hattatu-no-hosyo-ka].  In M. Suzuki, O. Nagase, & H. Boeltzig (Eds.), International section: Disability Studies in Japan.  Disability Studies Quarterly, 28(3). Retrieved August 6, 2008 from http://www.dsq-sds.org/DPubS?service=Repository&version=1.0&verb=Disseminate&view=
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Suzuki, M., Nagase, O., & Boeltzig, H. (Eds.). (2008, July). International Section: Disability Studies in Japan. Disability Studies Quarterly, 28(3). 

Taylor, S. J. (2009). Acts of Conscience: World War II, Mental Institutions, and Religious Objectors [Critical Disability Studies]. Syracuse NY: Syracuse University Press. 

Zubal-Ruggieri, R. (2007, June). Making links, making connections: Internet resources for self-advocates and people with developmental disabilities. Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 45(3), 209-215.

2000-2006 

Ajzenstadt, M., Aviram, U., Kalian, M., & Kanter, A. (2001). Involuntary outpatient commitment in Israel: Treatment or control? International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 24(6), 637-657. 

Anderson, A., Kanter, A., & Slane, C. (2004). Ethics in externships: Confidentiality, conflicts, and competence issues in the field and in the classroom. Clinical Law Review, 10(2), 473-580. (Available from the Social Science Research Network: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=599084)  

Apter, D. (2001). Review of Handbook of early childhood intervention. Mental Retardation, 39(1), 66-68. 

Ben-Moshe, L. (2005). Building an inclusive development community [Book review]. Review of Disability Studies (RDS), 1(4), 91-92. 

Ben-Moshe, L. (2005). Lame idea: Disabling language in the classroom. In L. Ben-Moshe, M. Feldbaum, R. Cory, & K. Sagendorf (Eds.), Building pedagogical curb cuts: Incorporating disability in the university classroom and curriculum (pp. 107-115). Syracuse, NY: Graduate School, Syracuse University. 

Ben-Moshe, L. (2005). Implementing the social model of disability [Book review] Review of Disability Studies (RDS), 1(3). 

Ben-Moshe, L. (2005). Resource guide. In L. Ben-Moshe, M. Feldbaum, R. Cory, & K. Sagendorf (Eds.), Building pedagogical curb cuts: Incorporating disability in the university classroom and curriculum (pp. 185-199). Syracuse, NY: Graduate School, Syracuse University.

Ben-Moshe, L. (2006, Spring). Infusing disability in the curriculum: The case of Saramago's Blindness. Theme: Education. Disability Studies Quarterly, 26(2). 

Ben-Moshe, L., Feldbaum, M., Cory, R. and Sagendorf, K. (Eds.). (2005). Building pedagogical curb cuts: Incorporating disability in the university classroom and curriculum. Syracuse, NY: Graduate School, Syracuse University.

Biklen, D. (2000, October). Lessons from the margins, narrating mental retardation: A review essay. Mental Retardation, 38(5), 444-456. 

Biklen, D., with Attfield, R., Bissonnette, L., Blackman, L., Burke, J., & Frugone, A. (2005). Autism and the myth of the person alone [Qualitative Studies in Psychology]. New York: NYU Press. 

Biklen, D., & Burke, J. (2006, May). Presuming competence.  In B. Hamre, C. Oyler, & L. M. Bejolan (Eds)., Narrating disability: Pedagogical imperatives [Feature issue].  Equity and Excellence in Education, 39(2), 166-175.

Biklen, D., & Kliewer, C. (2006, March-May). Constructing competence: Autism, voice and the 'disordered' body. Special issue: The International Inclusive Education Colloquium. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 10(2-3), 169-188. 

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (2001). Building stronger communities for all: Thoughts about community participation for people with developmental disabilities. In A. Tymchuk, K. Charlie Lakin, & R. Luckasson (Eds.), The forgotten generation: The status and challenges of adults with mild cognitive limitations (pp. 191-199). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. 

Connor, D. J., & Ferri, B. A. (2005). Integration and inclusion--A troubling nexus: Race, disability, and special education. The Journal of African American History, 90(1&2), 107-127. 

Felt, P. (with support from Pam Walker). (2000). My life in L'Arche. In R. Traustadottir & K. Johnson (Eds.), Women with intellectual disabilities: Finding a place in the world (pp. 217-228). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 

Ferri, B.A. (2004). The discursive practice of learning disability: Response to Reid & Valle. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37(6), 509-515.

Ferri, B. A. (2005, October). Women with visible & invisible disabilities: Multiple intersections, multiple issues, multiple therapies [Book review]. Mental Retardation, 43(5), 376-377. 

Ferri, B. A. (2006).  Teaching to trouble.  In S. Danforth & S. Gabel (Eds.), Vital questions facing Disability Studies in education [Disability Studies in Education Vol. 2] (pp. 289-306).  New York: Peter Lang.

Ferri, B. A. (2006, Spring). Voices in the struggle: In response to "'Reigning in' special education." Theme: Education. Disability Studies Quarterly, 26(2). 

Ferri, B. A., & Connor, D. (2004). Special education and the subverting of Brown. Journal of Gender, Race, & Justice, 8(1), 57-74.

Ferri, B. A., & Connor, D. (2005). In the Shadow of Brown: Special education and overrepresentation of students of color. Remedial and Special Education, 26(2), 93-100.

Ferri, B. A., & Connor, D. (2005). Tools of exclusion: Race, disability and (re)segregated education. Teachers College Record, 107(3), 453-474. 

Ferri, B. A., & Connor, D. J. (2006). Reading resistance: Discourses of exclusion in desegregation and inclusion debates [Disability Studies in Education Vol. 1]. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Ferri, B. A., Connor, D., Solis, S., Valle, J., & Volpitta, D. (2005). Teachers with LD: Ongoing negotiations with discourses of disability. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 38(1), 62-78. 

Kanter, A. (2003, Summer). The globalization of disability rights law. Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce, 30(2), 241-269. Available at: http://www.heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/sjilc30&id=247&
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Kanter, A. (2003). The presumption against extraterritoriality as applied to disability discrimination laws: Where does it leave students with disabilities studying abroad? In M. Kelman (Ed.), Symposium: Developments in Disability Rights [Feature issue]. Stanford Law and Policy Review, 14(2), 291-320.

Kanter, A. (2005, September). The globalization of disability law. In P. Blanck (Ed.), Disability rights [The International Library of Essays on Rights] (pp. 489-518). Burlington, VT: Ashgate. 

Kanter, A. (2005). The right of students with disabilities to equal participation in study abroad programs. In S. Sygall & M. Scheib (Eds.), Rights and responsibilities: a guide to national and international disability related laws for international exchange organizations and participants (2nd ed.) (pp. 41-50). Eugene, OR: Mobility International USA. Available at: http://www.miusa.org/publications/freeresources/
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Kanter, A. S., Chisam, R. B., & Nugent, C. (2001, July-August). The right to asylum and need for legal representation of people with mental disabilities in immigration proceedings. Mental and Physical Disability Law Reporter, 25(4), 511-516.

Kanter, A., & Dadey, K. (2000, Winter). The right to asylum for people with disabilities. Temple Law Review, 73(4), 1117-1158. 

Kanter, A., & Russo, R. (2006, November December). The right of people with disabilities to exercise their right to vote under the Help America Vote Act.  Mental & Physical Disability Law Reporter, 30(6), 852-857.

Kennedy, M. J. (2000). Opening the doors of opportunity for the year 2000 and beyond. Mental Retardation, 38(4), 373-374. 

Kliewer, C., Biklen, D., & Kasa-Hendrickson, C. (2006, Summer).  Who may be literate? Disability and resistance to the cultural denial of competence. In M. A. Gallego & S. Hollingsworth (Eds.), Section on Social and Institutional Analysis.  American Educational Research Journal, 43(2), 163-192.

Kluth, P., Straut, D. M., & Biklen, D. (Eds.). (2003). Access to academics for all students: Critical approaches to inclusive curriculum, instruction, and policy. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lyle O’Brien, C., & O’Brien, J. (2002). The origins of person-centered planning: A community of practice perspective. In S. Holburn & P. M. Vietze (Eds.), Person-centered planning: Research, practice, and future directions (pp. 3-27). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. 

May, V. M., & Ferri, B. A. (2005). Fixated on ability: Questioning ableist metaphors in feminist theories of resistance. Prose Studies, 27(1&2), 120-140. 

May, V. M., & Ferri, B. A. (2002). “I’m a wheelchair girl, now”: Abjection, intersectionality, and subjectivity in Atom Egoyan’s The Sweet Hereafter. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 30(1&2), 131-150. 

Metzel, D. S., & Walker, P. M. (2001, Fall). The illusion of inclusion: Geographies of the lives of people with developmental disabilities in the United States. Disability Studies Quarterly, 21(4), 118-134. 

Mount, B., & O’Brien, J. (2005). Make a difference: A guidebook for person-centered direct support. Amenia, NY & Toronto: Capacity Works & Inclusion Press. 

Mudrick, N. R., Breslin, M. L., Golden, M., & West, J. E. (2000, June 27). Promises to keep: A decade of federal enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Washington, DC: National Council on Disabilities. Available: http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/2000/pdf/promises.pdf

Mudrick, N. R. (2002, November). The prevalence of disability among children: Paradigms and estimates. In M. A. Turk (Ed.), Disability Management During Childhood [Feature issue]. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 13(4), 775-792.

O'Brien, J. (2002). Numbers and faces: The ethics of person-centered planning. In S. Holburn & P. M. Vietze (Eds.), Person-centered planning: Research, practice, and future directions (pp. 399-414). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

O’Brien, J. (2002). Person-centered planning as a contributing factor in organizational and social change [Invited commentary]. Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 27(4), 261-264.

O’Brien, J. (2004). If person-centred planning did not exist, Valuing People would require its invention. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 17, 11-15.

O’Brien, J. (2004). Response: Whose table for “the retarded”? In J. Swinston (Ed.), Critical reflections on Stanley Hauerwas’ theology of disability: Disabling society, enabling theology [Feature issue]. Journal of Religion, Disability & Health, 8(3/4), 45-51. (published simultaneously as a separate volume, J. Swinston (Ed.), Critical reflections on Stanley Hauerwas’ theology of disability: Disabling society, enabling theology, Haworth Pastoral Press, Binghamton, NY.) 

O’Brien, J. (2005, February). A turning point in the struggle to replace institutions. Tizard Learning Disability Review, 10(1), 12-17.

O’Brien, J. (2005). Out of the institution trap. In K. Johnson & R. Traustadottir (Eds.), Deinstitutionalization and people with intellectual disabilities: In and out of institutions (pp. 259-273). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 

O’Brien, J., & Lyle O’Brien, C. (2004). Competent and committed direct support relationships: Development modules for organizations seeking better quality [Book & CD]. Lithonia, GA: Responsive Systems Associates.

Ogilvy, J. P., Lerman, L., Wortham, L., & Kanter, A. (Eds.). (2006). Learning from practice: A professional development text for legal externs (2nd ed.) [American Casebook Series]. West Publishing Company.

Perlin, M., Kanter, A., Treuhart, M. P., Gledhill, K., & Szeli, E. (Eds.). (2006, March). International human rights and comparative mental disability law: Cases and materials. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. 

Rosenthal, E., & Kanter, A. (2002). The right to community integration for people with disabilities under United States and international law. In S. Yee & M. Breslin (Eds.), Disability rights law and policy: International and national perspectives (pp. 309-368). Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers.

Rosenthal, E., Kanter, A. et al. (2003, September 9). Foreign policy and disability: Legislative strategies and civil rights protections to ensure inclusion of people with disabilities. Washington, DC: National Council on Disability. Available at http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/2003/foreign03.htm (HTML) or http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/2003/pdf/foreign03.pdf (PDF).

Taylor, S. J. (2000). “You’re not a retard, you’re just wise”: Disability, social identity, and family networks. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 29(1), 58-92.

Taylor, S. J. (2001). Caught in the continuum: A critical analysis of the principle of the least restrictive environment. In D. Fisher & D. L. Ryndak (Eds.), The foundations of inclusive education: A compendium of articles on effective strategies to achieve inclusive education originally published in JASH (pp. 13-25). Baltimore: TASH (reprinted from JASH, 13(1), 41-53).

Taylor, S. J. (2001). The continuum and current controversies in the USA. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 26(1), 15-33.

Taylor, S. J. (2001). Foreword. In D. Fisher & D. L. Ryndak (Eds.), The foundations of inclusive education: A compendium of articles on effective strategies to achieve inclusive education originally published in JASH (pp. 5-7). Baltimore: TASH.

Taylor, S. (2001). Foreword. In P. Fratangelo, M. Olney, & S. Lehr, Coloring outside of the lines: How one agency embraced change one person at a time. St. Augustine, FL: Training Resource Network.

Taylor, S. (2001, November/December). “You’re not a retard, you’re just wise.” Mouth Magazine, 12(4), 26-29.

Taylor, S. J. (2004). Classic TASH article IV: Caught in the continuum: A critical analysis of the principle of the least restrictive environment. In D. Lehr & F. Brown (Eds.), Special series on classic TASH articles. Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 29(4), 218-230 (reprinted from The Journal of The Association for the Severely Handicapped, 13(1), Spring 1988). 

Taylor, S. J. (2005). The institutions are dying, but are not dead yet. In K. Johnson & R. Traustadottir (Eds.), Deinstitutionalization and people with intellectual disabilities: In and out of institutions (pp. 93-107). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 

Taylor, S. J. (in press). Before it had a name: Exploring the historical roots of Disability Studies in education. In S. Danforth & S. Gabel (Eds.), Vital questions facing Disability Studies in education [Disability Studies in Education Vol. 2] (pp. xiii-xxiii).  New York: Peter Lang.

Taylor, S. J. (2006, April). Christmas in Purgatory: A retrospective look. Mental Retardation, 44(2), 145-149. 

Taylor, S. J. (2006). Supporting adults to live in the community: Beyond the continuum. In S.M. Pueschel (Ed.), Adults with Down syndrome (pp. 173-182). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. 

Taylor, S. J., Bogdan, R., & Walker, P. (2000). Qualitative research. In A. 
E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology (Vol. 6), 489-491. Washington, DC & Oxford, NY: American Psychological Association and Oxford University Press.

Taylor, S. J., & Searl S. J. (2001). Disability in America: Controversy, debate, and backlash. In E. D. Martin, Jr. (Ed.), Significant disability: Issues affecting people with significant disabilities from a historical, policy, leadership, and systems perspective (pp. 64-96). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Taylor, S. J., & Searl S. J. (2001). Disability in America: A history of policies and trends. In E. D. Martin, Jr. (Ed.), Significant disability: Issues affecting people with significant disabilities from a historical, policy, leadership, and systems perspective (pp. 16-63). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Taylor, S. J., & Zubal-Ruggieri, R. (2004). Academic programs in Disability Studies. Review of Disability Studies, 1(1), 163-168.

Ward, N. (with support from Bonnie Shoultz). (2000). My leadership career. In R. Traustadottir & K. Johnson (Eds.), Women with intellectual disabilities: Finding a place in the world (pp. 172-181). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 

West, J. E., Breslin, M. L., & Mudrick, N. R. (2000, January 25). Back to school on civil rights: Advancing the federal commitment to leave no child behind. Washington, DC: National Council on Disability. Available: http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/2000/pdf/backtoschool.pdf.

1990-1999

Apter, S. (1992). Utilization of community resources: An important variable for the home-school interface. In S. Christenson & J. Conoley, Home school collaboration: Enhancing children's academic and social competence. Maryland: National Association of School Psychologists.

Apter, D. S. (1994). From dream to reality: A participant's view of the implementation of Part H of P.L. 99-457. Journal of Early Intervention, 18(2), 131-140.

Apter, D. (1996). Review of Babies with Down syndrome: A new parents' guide. Mental Retardation, 34(6), 400-401.

Apter, D. S., & Songer, N. S. (1994). New collaborations: Professional-family partnerships. In G. L. Ensher & D. A. Clark (Eds.), Newborns at risk: Medical care and psychoeducational intervention (2nd. ed.) (pp. 347-364). Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers. 

Asch, A., & Mudrick, N. R. (1997, June). Disability. In Encyclopedia of Social Work. Washington DC: NASW Press. 

Blank, K., Mudrick, N. R., Breslin, M. L., & West, J. E. (1999, February 26). Enforcing the civil rights of air travelers with disabilities: Recommendations for the Department of Transportation and Congress. Washington, DC: National Council on Disability. Available: http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/1999/pdf/acaa.pdf.

Bogdan, R. (1992). A "simple" farmer accused of murder: Community acceptance and the meaning of deviance. Disability, Handicap & Society, 7(4), 303-320.

Bogdan, R., & Lutfiyya, Z. M. (1992). Standing on its own: Qualitative research in special education. In W. Stainback & S. Stainback (Eds.), Controversial issues confronting special education: Divergent perspectives (pp. 243-255). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (1990). Looking at the bright side: A positive approach to qualitative research. Qualitative Sociology, 13(2), 183-192.

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (1990). "What's in a name?". In A. Brechlin & J. Walmsley (Eds.), Making connections: Reflecting on the lives and experiences of people with learning difficulties (pp. 76-81). London: Hodder & Stoughton.

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (1994). A positive approach to qualitative evaluation and policy research in social work. In E. Sherman & W. Reid (Eds.), Qualitative research in social work (pp. 293-302). New York: Columbia University Press.

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (1994). The social meaning of mental retardation: Two life stories. New York: Teachers College Press.

Ferguson, P. M., Ferguson, D. L., & Taylor, S. J. (Eds.). (1992). Interpreting disability: A qualitative reader. New York: Teachers College Press.

Hagner, D., Rogan, P., & Murphy, S. (1992). Facilitating natural supports in the workplace: Strategies for support consultants. Journal of Rehabilitation, 58(1), 29-34.

Hall, M. M. (1998). The 30 year journey: Experiences of progressive inclusion from the perspectives of three adults with physical disabilities. Exceptionality Education Canada, 8(2), 57-80.

Kanter, A. (1999). Towards equality: The Americans with Disabilities Act and accommodation of differences. In L. A. Basser Marks & M. Jones (Eds.), Disability divers-ability and legal change. Leiden, The Netherlands & Herndon, VA: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.

Kennedy, M. J. (1990). What quality assurance means to me: Expectations of consumers. In V. A. Bradley & H. A. Bersani (Eds.), Quality assurance for persons with developmental disabilities: It's everybody's business (pp. 35-46). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Kennedy, M. J. (1994). The disability blanket. Mental Retardation, 32(1), 74-76.

Kennedy, M. (1996). Self-determination and trust: My experiences and thoughts. In D. J. Sands & M. Wehmeyer (Eds.), Self-determination across the life span: Independence and choice for people with disabilities (pp. 37-49). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Kennedy, M. J. (1998). The disability blanket. Mouth: Voice of the Disability Nation, IX(4), 17-18.

Kennedy, M. J. (1998). Invited commentary: Response to articles on self-determination. JASH, 23(1), 47-49.

Kennedy, M. J. (assisted by Shoultz, B.). (1999). Who teaches us? In H. Bersani (Ed.), Responding to the challenge: A festechrift in honor of Gunnar Dybwad (pp. 151-154). Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books.

Lehr, S., & Lehr, R. (1990). Getting what you want: Expectations of families. In V. Bradley & H. Bersani, Jr. (Eds.), Quality assurance for persons with developmental disabilities: It's everybody's business (pp. 61-76). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Lyle O’Brien, C,. O’Brien, J., & Mount, B. (1997, December). Person-centered planning has arrived… or has it? Mental Retardation, 35(6), 480-484.

Lutfiyya, Z. M. (1991). "A feeling of being connected": Friendships between people with and without learning difficulties. Disability, Handicap & Society, 6(3), 233-245.

Lutfiyya, Z. M. (1993). When "staff" and "clients" become friends. In A. N. Amado (Ed.), Friendships and community connections between people with and without developmental disabilities (pp. 97-108). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. 


Mudrick, N. R. (1997, January). Employment discrimination laws for disability: Utilization and outcome. In W. G. Johnson (Ed.), The Americans with Disabilities Act: Social Contract or Special Privilege? [Special issue]. Annals of the American Association of Political and Social Science, 549(1), 53-70.

Mudrick, N. R. (1998). The nature of work disability and employment: An overview of the issues. In E. Makas, B. Haller, & T. Doe (Eds.), Accessing the issues: Current Research in Disability Studies. Portland, ME: The Society for Disability Studies & Edmund S. Muskie Institute of Public Affairs.

Mudrick, N. R., & Asch, A. (1996). Investigation and enforcement of a disability discrimination statute: Complaints of employment discrimination filed in New York State. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 7(2).

Mudrick, N. R., Weber, R., & Turk, M. (1998). Workers with disabilities. In Maxcy-Rosenau-Last Public Health and Preventive Medicine (14th ed.). East Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange.

Murphy, S. T., & Rogan, P. M. (1995). Closing the shop: Conversion from sheltered to integrated work. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

O'Brien, J. (1990). Developing high quality services for people with developmental disabilities. In V. J. Bradley & H. A. Bersani (Eds.), Quality assurance for individuals with developmental disabilities: It's everybody's business (pp. 17-31). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

O'Brien, J. (1991). Against pain as a tool in professional work on people with severe disabilities. Disability, Handicap & Society, 6(2), 81-90.

O'Brien, J. (1994). Down stairs that are never your own: Supporting people with developmental disabilities in their own homes. Mental Retardation, 32(1), 1-6.

O'Brien, J. (1999). Education in applying the principle of normalization as a factor in the practical arts of improving services for people with disabilities. In R. Flynn & R. Lemay (Eds.), A quarter century of normalization and social role valorizations: Evolution and impact (pp. 385-392). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

O'Brien, J., & Lyle O'Brien, C. (1992). Members of each other: Perspectives on social support for people with severe disabilities. In J. Nisbet (Ed.), Natural supports in school, at work, and in the community for people with severe disabilities (pp. 17-63). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

O'Brien, J. & Lyle O'Brien, C. (Eds.). (1992). Remembering the soul of our work: Stories by the staff of Options in Community Living, Madison, Wisconsin. Madison, WI: Options in Community Living.

O'Brien, J., & Lyle O'Brien, C. (1993). Unlikely alliances: Friendships and people with developmental disabilities. In A. N. Amado (Ed.), Friendships and community connections between people with and without developmental disabilities (pp. 9-39). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

O'Brien, J., & Lyle O'Brien, C. (1994). More than just a new address: Images of organization for supported living agencies. In V. J. Bradley, J. W. Ashbaugh, & B. C. Blaney (Eds.), Creating individual supports for people with developmental disabilities: A mandate for change at many levels (pp. 109-140). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

O'Brien, J., & Lyle O'Brien, C. (1996). Inclusion as a force for school renewal. In S. Stainback & W. Stainback (Eds.), Inclusion: A guide for educators (pp. 29-45). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. 

O'Brien, J., & Lyle O'Brien, C. (1996). Members of each other: Building community in company with people with developmental disabilities. Toronto: Inclusion Press.

O'Brien, J., & Lyle O'Brien, C. (1998). A little book about person centered planning. Toronto: Inclusion Press.

O'Brien, J., Lyle O'Brien, C., & Jacob, G. (1998). Celebrating the ordinary: The emergence of Options in Community Living as a thoughtful organization. Madison, WI: Options in Community Living.

O'Brien, J., & Mount, B. (1991). Telling new stories: The search for capacity among people with severe handicaps. In L. Meyer, C. Peck, & L. Brown (Eds.), Critical issues in the lives of people with severe disabilities (pp. 89-92). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

O'Brien, J., & Taylor, S. J. (1999). Special lectures on humans and caring: Together with people with disabilities: Collaboration among people with disabilities, their families, and professionals [English translation]. Tokyo, Japan: Keio University.

O'Connor, S. (1992). Supporting families: What they need versus what they get. OSERS News in Print, V(1), 7-11.

Pearpoint, J., O’Brien, J., Forest, J., & Forest, M. (1995). PATH: A workbook for planning positive possible futures. Toronto: Inclusion Press.

Racino, J. A., Walker, P., O'Connor, S., & Taylor, S. J. (Eds.) (1992). Housing, support, and community: Choices and strategies for adults with disabilities. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Shoultz, B., & Smith, P. M. (1995). Shifting roles of parents and families. In O. C. Karan & S. Greenspan (Eds.), Community rehabilitation services for people with disabilities (pp. 169-186). Andover, MA: Andover Medical Publishers, Inc.

Shoultz, B. (1997, Spring). Review of Family caregiving in mental illness. Disability Studies Quarterly, 325-326.

Shoultz, B. (1998, August). Review of The ABC-CLIO companion to the disability rights movement. Mental Retardation, 36(3), 332.

Shoultz, B. (1998). Solidarity and support: Lesbians with and without disabilities as allies for each other. Disability Studies Quarterly, 18(3), 190-197.

Shoultz, B., & Ward, N. (1996). Self Advocates Becoming Empowered: The birth of a national organization in the U.S. In G. Dybwad & H. Bersani, Jr. (Eds.), New voices: Self-advocacy by people with disabilities (pp. 216-234). Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books. 

Taylor, S. J. (1991). Leaving the field: Research, relationships, and responsibilities. In W. B. Shaffir & R. A. Stebbins (Eds.), Experiencing fieldwork: An inside view of qualitative research (pp. 238-247). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Taylor, S. J. (1992). The paradox of regulations: A commentary. Mental Retardation, 30(3), 185-190. 

Taylor, S. J. (1994). In support of research on quality of life, but against QOL. In D. Goode (Ed.), Quality of life for persons with disabilities: International perspectives and issues (pp. 260-265). Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books.

Taylor, S. J. (1994/1995). On rhetoric: A response to Fuchs and Fuchs. Exceptional Children, 61(3), 301-302.

Taylor, S. J. (1995). Deinstitutionalization. In A. E. Dell Orto & R. P. Martinelli (Eds.), Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation (pp. 247-249). New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J. (1995). Living in the community: Beyond the continuum. In L. Nadel & D. Rosenthal (Eds.), Down syndrome: Living and learning in the community (pp. 249-255). New York: Wiley-Liss.

Taylor, S. J. (1996). Disability studies and mental retardation. Disability Studies Quarterly, 16(3), 4-6.

Taylor, S. J. (1998). Commentary of constructing a psychology of teaching and learning. In K. Seifert (Ed.), Constructing a psychology of teaching and learning. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Taylor, S. J. (1999). Review of Deinstitutionalising women: An ethnographic study of institutional closure. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 104(6), 564-567. 

Taylor, S. J. (2006). Foreword: Before it had a name: Exploring the historical roots of Disability Studies in education. In S. Danforth & S. L. Gabel (Eds.), Vital questions facing Disability Studies in education [Disability Studies in Education Vol. 2] (pp. xiii-xxiii). New York: Peter Lang.

Taylor, S. J. (2006). Supporting adults to live in the community: Beyond the continuum. In S.M. Pueschel (Ed.), Adults with Down syndrome (pp. 173-182). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J., & Blatt, S. D. (1999). In search of the promised land: The collected papers of Burton Blatt. Washington, DC: American Association on Mental Retardation.

Taylor, S. J., & Bogdan, R. (1993). Promises made and promises to be broken. In P. Wehman (Ed.), The ADA mandate for social change (pp. 255-268). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J., & Bogdan, R. (1994). Qualitative research methods and community living. In M. Hayden & B. Abery (Eds.), Challenges for a service system in transition: Ensuring quality community experiences for persons with developmental disabilities (pp. 43-63). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J., & Bogdan, R. (1996). Quality of life and the individual's perspective. In R. L. Schalock (Ed.), Quality of life: Conceptualization and measurement (Vol. I) (pp. 11-22). Washington, DC: American Association on Mental Retardation.

Taylor, S. J., & Bogdan, R. (1998). Introduction to qualitative research methods: A guidebook and resource (3rd ed.). New York: John Wiley.

Taylor, S. J., Bogdan, R., & Lutfiyya, Z. M. (Eds.). (1995). The variety of community experience: Qualitative studies of family and community life. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J., Bogdan, R., & Racino, J. A. (Eds.). (1991). Life in the community: Case studies of organizations supporting people with disabilities. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J., & Harris, P. J. (1996). Selected annotated bibliography: Disability studies and mental retardation. Disability Studies Quarterly, 16(3), 6-13. 

Taylor, S. J., & Racino, J. A. (1991). Community living: Lessons for today. In L. Meyer, C. Peck & L. Brown (Eds.), Critical issues in the lives of people with severe disabilities (pp. 235-238). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J., Racino, J. A., & Walker, P. (1996). Inclusive community living. In W. Stainback & S. Stainback (Eds.), Controversial issues confronting special education (2nd ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Traustadottir, R. (1991). Mothers who care: Gender, disability and family life. Journal of Family Issues, 12(2), 211-228.

Traustadottir, R. (1993). The gendered context of friendships. In A. N. Amado (Ed.), Friendships and community connections between people with and without developmental disabilities (pp. 109-127). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Traustadottir, R., Lutfiyya, Z. M., & Shoultz, B. (1994). Community living: A multicultural perspective. In M. Hayden & B. Abery (Eds.), Challenges for a service system in transition: Ensuring quality community experiences for persons with developmental disabilities (pp. 405-426). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Walker, P. (1991). Where there is a way, there is not always a will: Technology, public policy, and the school integration of children who are technology assisted. Children's Health Care, 20(2), 68-74.

Walker, P. (1994). Housing and support services: Expanding options for people with severe disabilities. NARIC Quarterly, 4(1), 1, 4-6, 15-17.

Walker, P. (1994). Promoting integrated recreation and leisure opportunities for adults. In M. S. Moon (Ed.), Making school and community recreation fun for everyone: Places and ways to integrate (pp. 163-178). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Walker, P. (1999). From community presence to sense of place: Community experiences of adults with developmental disabilities. JASH, 24(1), 23-32.

Walker, P. (1999). Review of Aging, rights, and quality of life: Prospects for older people with developmental disabilities. JASH, 24(4), 306-311.

Ward, N., & Shoultz, B. (1996). People First of Nebraska: 8 years of accomplishment. In G. Dybwad & H. Bersani, Jr. (Eds.), New voices: Self-advocacy by people with disabilities (pp. 203-215). Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books.

1987-1989

Bogdan, R. (1988). Freak show: Presenting human oddities for amusement and profit. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Bogdan, R., & Knoll, J. (1988). The sociology of disability. In E. L. Meyen & T. M. Skrtic (Eds.), Exceptional children and youth: An introduction (3rd ed.) (pp. 449-477). Denver: Love Publishing Company.

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (1987). Toward a sociology of acceptance: The other side of the study of deviance. Social Policy, 18(2), 34-39.

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (1989). Relationships with severely disabled people: The social construction of humanness. Social Problems, 36(2), 135-148.

Hagner, D., & Murphy, S. (1989). Closing the gap on sheltered work: Case studies of organizational change. Journal of Rehabilitation, 55, 68-74.

Taylor, S. J. (1987). Observing abuse: Professional ethics and personal morality in field research. Qualitative Sociology, 10(3), 288-302.

Taylor, S. J. (1987). "They're not like you and me": Institutional attendants' perspectives on residents. Child and Youth Services: Qualitative Research and Evaluation in Group Care, 8(3/4), 109-125.

Taylor, S. J. (1988). Caught in the continuum: A critical analysis of the principle of the least restrictive environment. Journal of The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 13(1), 45-53.

Taylor, S. J., Biklen, D., & Knoll, J. (Eds.). (1987). Community integration for people with severe disabilities. New York: Teachers College Press.

Taylor, S. J., & Bogdan, R. (1989). On accepting relationships between people with mental retardation and nondisabled people: Towards an understanding of acceptance. Disability, Handicap & Society, 4(1), 21-36.

Taylor, S. J., Knoll, J. A., Lehr, S., & Walker, P. M. (1989). Families for all children: Value-based services for children with disabilities and their families. In G. H. S. Singer & L. K. Irvin (Eds.), Support for caregiving families: Enabling positive adaptation to disability (pp. 41-53). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Taylor, S. J., Lakin, K. C., & Hill, B. K. (1989). Permanency planning for children and youth: Out-of-home placement decisions. Exceptional Children, 55(6), 541-549.

Taylor, S. J., & Searl, S. J. (1987). The disabled in America: History, policy, and trends. In P. Knoblock (Ed.), Understanding exceptional children and youth (pp. 5-64). Boston: Little, Brown.

Walker, P., & Edinger, B. (1988. May). The kid from Cabin 17. Camping Magazine, 18-21.

FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS 

Asch, A., & Mudrick, N. R. (in press). Visual impairment and blindness. In
Encyclopedia of Social Work (20th ed.). Washington, DC: NASW Press.

Ben-Moshe, L., & Colligan, S. (Eds.). (in press). International section: The state of disability in Israel/Palestine. Disability Studies Quarterly.

Connor, D. J., Gallagher, D., & Ferri, B. A. (in press). Broadening our horizons: Toward a plurality of methodologies in learning disabilities research. Learning Disability Quarterly, 35(1).

Ferri, B. A. (in press). Changing the script: Race and disability in Lynn Manning's Weights. International Journal of Inclusive Education.

Ferri, B. A. (in press). Doing a (dis)Service: Reimagining special education from a Disability Studies perspective. In W. Ayers, T. Quinn, & D. Stovall (Eds.) The handbook of social justice in education. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Ferri, B. A. (in press). Undermining inclusion? A critical reading of Response to Intervention (RTI). International Journal of Inclusive Education.

Ferri, B. A., Gallagher, D., & Connor, D. J. (in press). Pluralizing metholologies in the field of LD: From "what works" to what matters. Learning Disability Quarterly, 35(2).

Ferri, B. A. (in press). Disability life writing and the politics of knowing. Teachers College Record.

Ferri, B.A. (in press). Dis/Ability. In N. Lesko & S. Talburt (Eds.), Youth studies: Keywords and movements. New York: Routledge.

Mudrick, N. R., Weber, R., & Turk, M. (in press). Workers with disabilities. In Maxcy-Rosenau-Last Public Health and Preventive Medicine (15th ed.). East Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange.

Schwartz, M. (in press). Doctors, Deaf patients and the law: Compelling a conversation about appropriate auxiliary aids. Florida State University Law Review.

Schwartz, M. (in press). Limits on injunctive relief under the ADA: Rethinking the standing rule for Deaf patients in the medical setting. University of Maryland Journal of Health Care Law and Policy.

Taylor, S. J. (in press). Classifying the other. In S. Snyder & D. Mitchell (Eds.), Eugenics in America: A Disability Studies sourcebook, 1890-1935. University of Michigan Press. 

Taylor, S. J. (in press). The stigma of mental retardation and intellectual disabilities.  In C. D. Bryant (Ed.), Handbook of deviant behavior. Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge.

Taylor, S. J. (in press). “You’re not a retard, you’re just wise.” In M. Rapley (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of qualitative research. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Updated April 17, 2011

Preparation of most of these publications was supported in part by one or more of the following:

Contract No. 300-85-0076, Contract No. G0085C03503, Cooperative Agreement H133B00003-90, Cooperative Agreement H133B80048, Contract No. H133D50037, Contract No. H133B30072, Contract No. H133B980047, Contract No. H133A990000, Contract No. H133B031116

These contracts and agreements were supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR).