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The Social Movement Left Out by Marta Russell

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Books and articles

  Chinn, S. E. (2003). Feeling Her Way: Audre Lorde and the Power of Touch. GLQ: A journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 9(1-2), 181-204.

Clare, E. (1999). Exile and Pride: Disability Queerness and Liberation. Cambridge, MA: South End Press.

Clare, E. (2001). Stolen Bodies, Reclaimed Bodies: Disability and Queerness. Public Culture, 13(3). 359-366.

Clare, E.(2002). Sex, Celebration, and Justice: A Keynote for QD2002. Paper presented at the Queer Disability Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Clare, E.(2003). Gawking, Gaping, Staring. GLQ 9(1-2). 257-261.

Kafer, A.(2003). Compulsory Bodies: Reflections on Heterosexuality and Ablebodiedness. Journal of Women's History, 15(3), 77-89.

Kelly, J. B.(2002a). Incontinence Ragged Edge Online, Issue 1. Retrieved November 20, 2004

Kelly, J. B. (2002b). Your Sexuality, Your Body, Get Over It!: The Liberatory Ethic of Queer and Disability Theory. Paper presented at the Queer Disability Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Lorde, A. (1984). Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches. Trumansburg, NY : Crossing Press, c1984.

Shaw, B. (Ed.). (1994). The Ragged Edge: the Disability Experience from the Pages of the First Fifteen Year of The Disability Rag. Lousiville, KY: Advocado Press.

Wendell, S. (1996). The Flight from the Rejected Body. In S. Wendell (Ed.), The Rejected Body: Feminist Philosophical Reflections on Disability. NY: Routledge.

Wilkerson, A. (2002). Disability, Sex Radicalism, and Political Agency. NWSA Journal, 14(3), 33-57.

Longmore, P.K. (2003). Why I Burned My Book and Other Essays on Disability. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Lurie, S. (2002). Loving You Loving Me: Tranny/Crip/Queer Love and Overcoming Shame in Relationships. Retrieved July 15, 2004, from

Price, J. and Shildrick, M. (2002). Bodies Together: Touch, Ethics and Disability. In T. Mairian Corker and Shakespeare (Ed.), Disability/Postmodernity: Embodying Disability Theory. NY: Continuum.

Sandahl, C. (2003). Queering The Crip Or Cripping The Queer? Intersections of Queer and Crip Identities in Solo Autobiographical Performance. GLQ: A journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 9(1-2), 25-56.

Erickson, L. (2007). Revealing Femmegimp: A Sex-positive Reflection on Sites of Shame as Sites of Resistance. Atlantis: A womens studies journal, 31(2).

Cook, J. (2000). Sexuality and People with Psychiatric Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 18(3). Shakespeare, T. (1996). Sexual Politics of Disability: Untold Desires. New York: Cassell

Shildrick, M. (2002). Embodying the Monster: Encounters with the Vulnerable Self. London: SAGE Publications.

Camilleri A and Brushwood Rose, C. (Ed.) (2002). Brazen Femme: Queering Femininity. Vancouver, BC: Arsenal Pulp Press.

Brownworth, V and Raffo, S. (ed) (1999). Restricted Access: Lesbians on Disability. Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

Tremain, Shelley, ed. (1996). Pushing the Limits: Disabled Dykes Produce Culture Women's Press: Toronto.

Samuels, EJ (2002). Critical Divides: Judith Butler's Body Theory and the Question of Disability. NWSA Journal(14) 3. 58-76.

Sandahl, C. (2004). Black Man, Blind Man: Disability Identity Politics and Performance. Theatre Journal (56)4. 579-602.


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