I appear regularly on Access Unlimited on KPFK aired in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Diego. Wed, 7:00 – 8:00 PM HOSTS: Henry Slucki, Jolie Mason and Shawn Casey O’Brien (no relation)
On-Line Week Long Debate about Supreme Court Ruling
Debated Professor Stephen Bagenstos, counsel for some Supreme Court cases defending disability rights, for Legal Affairs Debate Club
MEDIA & GENERAL INTEREST COVERAGE OF MY RESEARCH
Telling Stories Out of Court: CUNY-TV, One on One; AAUW, National Convention Plenary Session Talk & Book Signing; AAUW, All Branch Read, January 2010
Bodies in Revolt: Radio, KPFK, May 10, 2005; Interview, Development, a print interview.
Voices from the Edge: Narratives about the Americans with Disabilities Act
Excerpt: “Cheaters and Copy Cats” excerpted in monthly magazine the Ragged Edge and the Ragged Edge Reader 25 (2004): 5-8. Judicial Citation: Hartup v. American Standard, Inc. 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 78733; Readings: Disability, the Narrative, and the Law, Ohio State Law School & English Department, February 16-17, 2006; University of California-Berkeley, English Department, January 27, 2004; La Pena Community Center, Lives behind the Law (dramatic reading with professional storytellers) January 25, 2003; Emory Law School, March 4, 2004;Graduate Center, CUNY March 25, 2004 (taped for broadcast by WBAI); Featured book Diversity Reading and Film Group, Institutional Diversity & Equity Office, Dartmouth College, 2004-05. Radio & Television: Pledge drive book for WBAI, New York, April 15, 2004; CUNY-TV, One on One with Frances Horowitz, taped March 26, 2004; Doug Henwood Show, March 18, 2004; WBAI, The Last Minority Show, March 11, 2004; WNYC, The Leonard Lopate Show, March 10, 2004; KPFK, Los Angeles ledge drive book, February 18, 2004; KPFK, hour long show, January 6, 2004
Crippled Justice: The History of Modern Disability Policy
Radio: WBAI, Doug Henwood Show, January 10, 2002; KPFK, “Access Unlimited,” November 2001. General Audience Book Reviews: Leonard Kriegel, “Handicapping the Crippled,” in The Nation, August 19, 2002; Article Length Review: Mark Ashley Stein, “Book Review: Disability, Employment Policy, and the Supreme Court,” Stanford Law Review 55 (2002): 607-34.