Print & Radio Commentary on My Research


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

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.