Research Publications (Faculty)

2018

da Silva Gorman, Rachel (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

Dialectics of race and disability: On the unintelligibility of revolutionary desire


Reaume, Geoffrey (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

The Place of Mad People and Disabled People in Canadian Historiography: Surveys, Biographies, and Specialized Fields

Reaume, Geoffrey (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

Posthumous Exploitation? The Ethics of Researching, Writing and Being Accountable as a Disability Historian (No link available)

Reaume, Geoffrey (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

Book review of Theodore Jun Yoo: It's Madness: The Politics of Mental Health in Colonial Korea


viva davis halifax, nancy (Associate Professor, and Graduate Program Director in Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)(co-authors, Jen Rinaldi (PhD 2013), David Fancy, Kate Rossiter and Alex Tigchelaar)

Recounting Huronia Faithfully: Attenuating Our Methodology to the "Fabulation" of Truths-Telling

2017

Gorman, Rachel (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

Quagmires of affect: Madness, labour, whiteness, and ideological disavowal

Gorman, Rachel (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

Curatorial essay fro Grieving Empire (No link available)

Gorman, Rachel (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)(co-author Brenda LeFrançois)

Mad studies. In Bruce Cohen (ed.) Handbook of Critical Theory and Mental Health

Gorman, Rachel (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health-Curator)(co-authors Khadija Baker, Livia Daza-Paris, Michael Greyeyes, John Halaka, Siamak Haseli, Gita Hashemi - Artists)

Grieving Empire. Group exhibition at A Space Gallery, Toronto

Gorman, Rachel (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)(First Author George Danhoundo; co-author Mary Wiktorowicz)

Accountability in malaria prevention and treatment programmes: A review of current challenges


Reaume, Geoffrey (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

“From the Perspectives of Mad People”, in The Routledge History of Madness and Mental Health. Greg Eghigian, ed. London: Routledge, 2017: 277-296. (No web-link currently available)

“Gender and the Value of Work in Canadian Disability History”, in Disabling Barriers: Social Movements, Disability History, and the Law. Ravi Malhotra and Benjamin Isitt, eds. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press: 42-59, forthcoming 2017 (In press - No web-link currently available)

Book review of: Laure Murat, The Man Who Thought He Was Napoleon: Toward a Political History of Madness. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014. Published on History of Disability list-serve, H-Net Reviews (April 2017).

Book review of: Waltraud Ernst, ed. Work, Psychiatry and Society, c. 1750–2015. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016, in ISIS: A Journal of the History of Science Society 108:2 (June 2017): 428-429. (No web-link currently available)

2016

Gorman, Rachel (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

Disablement in and for itself: Toward a ‘global’ idea of disability

Reaume, Geoffrey (Associate Professor, Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy & Management, Faculty of Health)

“A Wall’s Heritage: Making Mad People’s History Public”, Public Disability History 1 (November, 2016).

“Alice G.” [1854-1938, Toronto Asylum Inmate Labourer] Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume XVI (1931-40). University of Toronto/Université Laval (December 2016).