Alt Futures

Collective working reference list for ‘Alternative Futures’

Agar, N. (2013). and What’s Wrong with It. Designer Biology: The Ethics of Intensively Engineering Biological and Ecological Systems, 87.

Braidotti, R. (2013). The Posthuman. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Branson, J., & Miller, D. (2002). Damned for their difference: The cultural construction of deaf people as” disabled”: A sociological history. Gallaudet University Press.

Carden-Coyne, A. (2007). Ungrateful bodies: Rehabilitation, resistance and disabled American veterans of the first world war. European Review of History—Revue européenne d’Histoire, 14(4), 543-565.

Cella, M.J.C. (2013). The Ecosomatic Paradigm in Literature: Merging Disability Studies and Ecocriticism. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, pp. 1–23

Charnock, D., & Standen, P. J. (2013). Second-Hand Masculinity: Do Boys with Intellectual Disabilities Use Computer Games as Part of Gender Practice?.International Journal of Game-Based Learning (IJGBL), 3(3), 43-53.

Davies, B., & Gannon, S. (2006). Doing collective biography: Investigating the production of subjectivity. McGraw-Hill International.
Davis, L. J. (Ed.). (2006). The disability studies reader. Taylor & Francis.

Davis, L. J. (1995). Enforcing normalcy: Disability, deafness, and the body. Verso.

Davis, L. J. (1997). Constructing normalcy. The disability studies reader, 9-28. Forman et al, 2011

Gabel, S., & Peters, S. (2004). Presage of a paradigm shift? Beyond the social model of disability toward resistance theories of disability. Disability & Society,19(6), 585-600.

Garland-Thomson, R. (2009). Staring: How we look. Oxford University Press.

Garland-Thomson, R. (2004). Integrating Disability. Gendering Disability, 73.

Garland-Thomson, Thomson, R. G. (1997). Extraordinary bodies: Figuring physical disability in American culture and literature. Columbia University Press.

Godlewski (2005)

Goodley, D., & Runswick‐Cole, K. (2011). Problematising Policy: Conceptions of ‘child’,‘disabled’and ‘parents’ in social policy in England. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 15(1), 71-85.

Gwynne, P. (2013). Technology: Mobility machines. Nature, 503(7475), S16-S17.
Kasnitz, D. (2001). Life event histories and the US independent living movement. Disability and Life Course: Global Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 67-78.
Kurzweil, R. (2005). The singularity is near: When humans transcend biology. Penguin.
Levinson, M. P. (2005). The Role of Play in the Formation and Maintenance of Cultural Identity Gypsy Children in Home and School Contexts. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 34(5), 499-532.

Linton, S. (1998). Claiming disability: Knowledge and identity. NYU Press.

McRuer, R. (2006). Crip theory: Cultural signs of queerness and disability. NYU press.

Mitchell, D. T., & Snyder, S. L.(2000). Narrative prosthesis: Disability and the dependencies of discourse. University of Michigan Press.

Mogk, M. E. (Ed.). (2013). Different Bodies: Essays on Disability in Film and Television. McFarland.

Rao, U., J.Hutnyk (2006) (eds) Köpping, Klaus-Peter. Celebrating Transgression: Method and Politics in Anthropological Studies of Culture: a Book in Honour of Klaus Peter Köpping. Berghahn Books, 2006.

Reid-Cunningham, A. R. (2009). Anthropological theories of disability. Journal of human behavior in the social environment, 19(1), 99-111.

Sandahl, C., & Auslander, P. (2005). Bodies in commotion: Disability and performance. University of Michigan Press.

Scheer, J., & Groce, N. (1988). Impairment as a Human Constant: Cross‐Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Variation. Journal of Social Issues, 44(1), 23-37.

Shakespeare, T. (2006). Disability rights and wrongs. Routledge.

Siebers, T. (2008). Disability theory. University of Michigan Press.

Smith, A. M. (2003). ‘Hideous Progeny’: Eugenics, Disablility, and Classic Horror Cinema

Speedy, J., Bainton, D., Bridges, N., Brown, T., Brown, L., Martin, V. & Wilson, S. (2010). Encountering “Gerald”: Experiments with meandering methodologies and experiences beyond our “selves” in a collaborative writing group. Qualitative Inquiry, 16(10), 894-901.

Speedy. J and Wyatt, J (Eds.) (2014). Collaborative Writing as Inquiry (2014) Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press

Swain J., French, S., Barnes, C. & Thomas, C. (2013). Disabling Barriers – Enabling Environments (3rd ed.) London: Sage

Warren, N. and Manderson, L. eds. 2013 Reframing Disability and Quality of Life: A Global Perspective, New York: Springer

(Zoss et al, 2011) Strausser, K. A., Swift, T. A., Zoss, A. B., Kazerooni, H., & Bennett, B. C. (2011, January). Mobile Exoskeleton for Spinal Cord Injury: Development and Testing. In ASME 2011 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference and Bath/ASME Symposium on Fluid Power and Motion Control (pp. 419-425). American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
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