Women: Amputated Desire, Resistant Desire: Female Amputees in the Devotee
"Compulsory Bodies: Reflections on Heterosexuality and Able-bodiedness," Alison Kafer in Journal of Women's History, 15.3
Literacy (particularly community literacies); Rhetoric; Qualitative research
(particularly case study, ethnography, autoethnography); Deaf and Disability
Studies. Author of Lend Me Your Ear: Rhetorical Constructions of Deafness
and of essays and articles on pedagogy, qualitative research, literacy,
rhetoric, deaf and disability studies. Co-editor and contributor of
Disability Studies: Enabling the Humanities. Series editor for Deaf Lives
(autobiography and biography) for Gallaudet University Press.
From a review of Lend Me Your Ear:
A disability studies scholar perspective:
A disability community perspective:
Carrie Sandahl, PhD, Assistant Professor, Director of Graduate Theater Studies, School of Theatre, Florida State University. Her academic research and theater practice explores the intersections between gender and disability identities as represented in the performing arts.
Sandahl, Carrie “Considering Disability: Disability Phenomenology’s Role in Revolutionizing Theatrical Space." Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism. 16.2 (Spring 2002): 17-32.
Sandahl, Carrie “Performing Metaphor: AIDS, Technology, and the Body.” Contemporary Theatre Review: The Performance of Disability Special Issue. Ed. Petra Kuppers. 11: 3-4 (2001): 49-60.
Introduction by Carrie Sandahl. "Seven Plays About Physical Difference" 22-28, American Theatre of April 2001
Sandahl, Carrie "Bob Flanagan: Taking It Like A Man." Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism. 15.1 (2000): 97-103.
Sandahl, Carrie “Ahhhh...Freak Out!: Metaphors of Disability and Femaleness in Performance.” Theatre Topics. 9.1 (1999): 11-30.
Corker, Mairian & Shakespeare, Tom (Eds)(2002) “Disability/Postmodernity: Embodying Disability Theory” Continuum (publisher)
Corker, M. and S. French (eds). 1999. “Disability Discourse”. Buckingham: Open University Press.
“Deaf and Disabled, or Deafness Disabled?: Towards a Human Rights Perspective” (Disability, Human Rights, and Society) by Mairian Corker, 1998: Open University Press
“Deaf Transitions: Images and Origins of Deaf Families, Deaf Communities and Deaf Identities”, Mairian Corker, 1996: Jessica Kingsley Publications
“Counselling - The Deaf Challenge” by Mairian Corker, 1995: Jessica Kingsley Publications
Thomson, Rosemarie Garland. (2000). Incorporating Disability Studies into American Studies http://www.georgetown.edu/crossroads/interests/ds-hum/thomson.html
Thomson, R.G. 1997. Extraordinary Bodies: Figuring Physical Disability in American Culture and Literature. New York: Columbia University Press.
“Hearing, with Aids” by Brenda Jo Brueggemann, Ohio State University Currents in Electronic Literacy Spring 2001 (4)
Disability and Society (journal)
Sandahl, Carrie (2000) Against Consciousness-Raising: A Guest Column Access Expressed! (VSA of Massachusetts) May - August, 2000, Vol. 10, Issue #26
Thomson, Rosemarie Garland (1999) “The New Disability Studies: Tolerance or Inclusion”, ADFL Bulletin, 31, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 49-53
Annotated Disability Films compiled by Carrie Sandahl
Linton, S. (1998). “Claiming Disability: Knowledge and identity”. New York: New York University Press.
Morris, J. (1992). “Tyrannies of Perfection” (issue 233 - July 1992). new internationalist. [2001, August 10.2001].
Morris, Jenny. (1992) “Personal and Political: a feminist perspective on researching physical disability” in Disability, Handicap and Society Vol 7. No. 2. 157-166.
Morris, Jenny ( 1991) “Pride Against Prejudice: Transforming Attitudes to Disability” New Society Publishers, Philidelphia, PA.
O’Toole, C.J. (2003) The Sexist Inheritance of the Disability Movement. In Gendering Disability. Rutgers University Press, NJ. (earlier version)
Sherry, M. (2003). “Queer/Crip Theory: Transgressing the Margins”. Berkeley, CA: University of California at Berkeley.
Wendell, Susan (1993) “Feminism, Disability and Transcendence of the Body” in Canadian Woman Studies Vol 13. No.4 116-122.
Wilkerson, A. (2002). “Disability, Sex Radicalism, and Political Agency”. NWSA Journal, 14(3 (Fall)), 33-57.