An Initial Bibliography of Collaborative and Coauthored Works
Crowdsourced bibliography facilitated by Jonathan Hsy in conjunction with the ACMRS roundtable (23 November 2020)
Anthologies and Journals:
Brevity Magazine 65 (September 2020): Experiences of Disability [special issue] https://brevitymag.com/category/issues/issue-65/
Brown, L.X.Z., E. Ashkenazy, and M. Giwa Onaiwu, eds. All the Weight of Our Dreams: On Living Racialized Autism. Autism Women’s Network, 2017. https://autismandrace.com/
The Deaf Poets Society: an online journal of deaf and disabled literature & art. https://www.deafpoetssociety.com/
Sins Invalid [and P. Berne], Skin, Tooth, and Bone: The Basis of Movement is Our People, Second Edition (2019). https://www.sinsinvalid.org/disability-justice-primer
Wong, A., ed. Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century (2020). https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/book/
Wong, A., ed. Resistance & Hope: Essays by Disabled People – Crip Wisdom For the People (2019). https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/resist/
Wood, C., ed. Criptiques. 2014. https://criptiques.wordpress.com/
Williams, D.A., and K.R. Parker, eds. For Us, About Us – Racial Unrest and Cultural Transformation. Special Issue of CLAJ 63.2 (August 2020). https://www.clascholars.org/rapid-response-special-issue-claj-issue-63-2/ [NB: T.A. Pickens]
Collaborative/Coauthored/Crowdsourced Works and Critical Disability Studies:
Chronically Academic [network of academics with disabilities and chronic illnesses].
Disability Studies by Non-Tenure-Track Academics (contribute to the Google form by December 15): http://bit.ly/CJDS2020
Premodern Disability, administered by L. Row-Heyveld and L.B. Jones-Pierce [resource aggregator website for medieval and early modern disability studies].
Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages (SSDMA).
Facebook group (public): https://www.facebook.com/groups/1612674839018091
Medieval Disability Glossary (SSDMA). https://medievaldisabilityglossary.hcommons.org/
Akbari, S., ed. How We Write: Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blank Page (punctum books, 2015). [Disability-centered essays: R.H. Godden, M. Nolan] https://punctumbooks.com/titles/how-we-write/
Barrington, C., and J. Hsy. “Editors’ Introduction: Chaucer’s Global Orbits and Global Communities.” Global Chaucers special issue of Literature Compass (June 2018). https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/17414113/2018/15/6 [NB: J.M. Bradbury, G. Clegg, S. Kerschbaum, P. Kinecheloe, and T. Stremlau. “A Response to Robinson … Chaucer and Deafland.” https://doi.org/10.1111/lic3.12503]
Bauman, H-D.L., J.L. Nelson, and H.M. Rose, eds. Signing the Body Poetic: Essays on American Sign Language Literature. Berkeley: U California P, 2006. [Some premodern contexts]
Bychowski, M.W. Transliterature: Things Transform, A Center for the Study of Transgender and Disability, Medieval & Post-Medieval. http://www.thingstransform.com/p/disability-studies.html Davis, L.D., ed., with J. Dolmage, N. Ervelles, S.P. Harris, A. Luft, S. Schweik, and Linda Ware. Beginning With Disability: A Primer. Routledge, 2018. [NB: S. Kornhaber and L.S. Mayer, “The Ethics of Hodor: Disability in Game of Thrones”]
Eyler, J.R., ed. Disability in the Middle Ages: Reconsiderations and Reverberations (Ashgate, 2010).
Heller, K. and Akbari, S.C., eds. How We Read: Tales, Fury, Nothing, Sound (punctum books, 2019). [Disability-centered essays: A. Atiya, S. Bahr, K. Heller, J. Hsy] https://punctumbooks.com/titles/how-we-read-tales-fury-nothing-sound/
Howie, E. and A. Millett-Gallant, eds. Disability and Art History (Routledge, 2016). [second volume forthcoming with more pre 19th century articles]
Godden, R.H., and A.S. Mittman, eds. Monstrosity, Disability, and the Posthuman in the Medieval and Early Modern World (Palgrave, 2019). [Race and disability: M. Lewis, A. Montroso, S. Rajendran, K. Steel]
Godden, R.H., and J. Hsy. “Analytical Survey: Encountering Disability in the Middle Ages.” New Medieval Literatures 15 (2015): 313-39. [engages crip/queer theory]
Godden, R.H., and J. Hsy. “Universal Design and Its Discontents.” Disrupting the Digital Humanities, eds. Stommel and D. Kim (punctum books, 2017). https://punctumbooks.com/titles/disrupting-the-digital-humanities/
Green, M.H., and J. Hsy. “Disability, Disease, and a Global Middle Ages.” Teaching a Global Middle Ages, ed. Heng (MLA, forthcoming).
Hobgood A.P., and D.H. Wood. Recovering Disability in Early Modern England (Ohio State UP, 2013).
Hsy, J., T.V. Pearman, and J.R. Eyler. “Introduction: Disabilities in Motion.” A Cultural History of Disability in the Middle Ages (Bloomsbury, 2020). [NB Spencer-Hall, “Chronic Pain and Illness: Reinstating Chronic-Crip Histories to Forge Affirmative Disability Futures”]
James, J.C., and C. Wu. “Editors’ Introduction: Race, Ethnicity, Disability, and Literature: Intersections and Interventions.” MELUS 31.3 (2006): 3-13.
Johnson, M.L., and R. McRuer, eds. Special Issues: “Cripistemologies” (Part 1 and Part 2). Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies Vol. 8, Issues 2-3 (2014).
Kafer, A., and E. Kim. “Disability and the Edges of Intersectionality.” Cambridge Companion to Literature and Disability, eds. C. Barker and S. Murray (Cambridge UP, 2017), pp. 123-38.
Kim, Y., and D. Seidenspinner-Núñez. “Historicizing Teresa: Reflections on New Documents Regarding Sor Teresa de Cartagena.” La corónica 32.2 (Spring 2004): 121-50.
Massie, P.J., and L.S. Mayer. “Bringing Elsewhere Home: A Song of Fire and Ice’s Ethics of Disability.” Studies in Medievalism XXIII (2014): 45-59.
McNabb, C.H., ed. Bibliography: Disability in the Global Middle Ages. Posted on the Medieval Disability Glossary (Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages), November 2020. https://medievaldisabilityglossary.hcommons.org/disability-in-the-global-middle-ages/
McNabb, C.H., ed. Medieval Disability Sourcebook: Western Europe (punctum books, 2020). https://punctumbooks.com/titles/medieval-disability-sourcebook/
Mitchell, D.T., and S.L. Snyder. Narrative Prosthesis: Disability and the Dependencies of Discourse (U Michigan P, 2000).
Orlemanski, J. and J. Hsy, co-facilitators. “Race and Medieval Studies: A Partial Bibliography.” postmedieval 8.4 (2017): 500-31. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/s41280-017-0072-0 [Includes some disability-related materials]
Porter, C., K. Walter, and M. Healy, eds. Prosthesis in Medieval and Early Modern Culture (Routledge, 2018). [originally in Textual Practice; reprinted with Afterwords: J. Hsy, D. Wills]
Singer, J.S. “Cluster Editor’s Introduction: Disability and the Social Body.” postmedieval 3 (2012): 135-41. https://doi.org/10.1057/pmed.2012.15
Tracy, K.G., and J.P. Sexton, eds. The Ballad of the Lone Medievalist (punctum books, 2018). https://punctumbooks.com/titles/the-ballad-of-the-lone-medievalist/ [NB: C. Rydel, J.P. Sexton, A. Spencer-Hall]
Tracy, K.G., and J.P. Sexton, eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to Medieval Disability Studies (forthcoming).
Williams, Scott M., ed. Disability in Medieval Christian Philosophy and Theology. Routledge, 2020.
Variously Related Works:
Betancourt, R. Byzantine Intersectionality: Sexuality, Gender, and Race in the Middle Ages (Princeton UP, 2020).
Brueggemann, B.J. “Deaf, She Wrote: Mapping Deaf Women’s Autobiography.” PMLA 120.2 (2005); 577-83.
Dolmage, J.T. Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education (U Michigan P, 2017). https://www.press.umich.edu/9708836/academic_ableism
Hsy, J. Antiracist Medievalisms: From “Yellow Peril” to Black Lives Matter (Arc Humanities, April 2021). [NB “Plague” chapter on queer solidarities among Chinese American and Jewish diaspora communities during the modern re-emergence of the bubonic plague in the early 1900s]
Hsy, J. “Disability.” Cambridge Companion to the Body in Literature, eds. Hillman and Maude (Cambridge UP, 2015), pp. 24-40.
Hsy, J. “The Monk’s Tale: Disability/Ability” (revised September 2017). The Open Access Companion to the Canterbury Tales, eds. C. Barrington, B.L. Bryant, R.H. Godden, D.T. Kline, and Seaman. https://opencanterburytales.dsl.lsu.edu/mkt1/
Krummel, M.A. “Am I MS?” Disability in Language and Culture, eds. J.C. Wilson and C. Lewiecki-Wilson (Southern Illinois UP, 2001), pp. 61-77.
Lau, T.C.W. “On Virality, Corona or Otherwise.” Synapsis, 15 May 2020. https://medicalhealthhumanities.com/2020/05/15/on-virality-corona-or-otherwise/
Pickens, T.A., ed. Special Issue: Blackness & Disability. African American Review 50.2 (Summer 2017). https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/36683
Piepzna-Samarasinha, L.L. Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2018).
Price, M. Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life (U Michigan P, 2011). https://www.press.umich.edu/1612837/mad_at_school
Rambaran-Olm, M. “‘Black Death’ Matters: A Modern Take on a Medieval Pandemic.” Medium, 5 June 2020. https://mrambaranolm.medium.com/black-death-matters-a-modern-take-on-a-medieval-pandemic-8b1cf4062d9e
Richardson, K.L. “New Evidence for Early Modern Ottoman and Arabic and Turkish Sign Systems.” Sign Language Studies 17.2 (2017): 172-92.
Richardson, K.L. “Islam and Disabilities.” Oxford Bibliographies in Islamic Studies, ed. Rippin (Oxford UP, 2015). https://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195390155/obo-9780195390155-0224.xml
Richardson, K.L. “Disability? Perspectives on Bodily Difference from the Middle East.” In Why the Middle Ages Matter: Medieval Light on Modern Injustice, eds. C. Chazelle, S. Doubleday, F. Lifshitz, and A.G. Remensnyder (Routledge, 2011), pp. 121-29.
Sayers, E.E. [fka L. Bragg]. https://www.eesayers.net/literary-disability-studies/ [Numerous works across Medieval Studies, Deaf Studies, and Disability Studies]
Sheppard, A. “After Words” [Conference on Disability Studies and the University]. PMLA 120 (2005): 637-41.