Selected Public Scholarship
Invited Attendee, 25th Anniversary of the ADA, Washington, DC; July.
Interview with Mike Gourley for “One in Five,” Radio New Zealand; April 16.
“Bodies and Disability,” Interview with Stelarc, Director of the Alternate Anatomies Lab at the School of Design & Art, Curtin University Perth, Western Australia; April.
“World Building and Disability,” Public Lecture Presented by Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Big Ideas; recorded March 19, aired April 30.
Disability Studies Initiative, Disability Rights Panel Discussion with Salman Rushdie and Eva Kittay, February 24.
“The Aesthetic Imprint of Disability,” Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY, Invited Lecture. December 11.
"Feminist, Queer, Crip." Women's Review of Books 54, 5: 11-13.
Interview for Tom Thumb documentary with Nick Tanner, Wingspan Productions. January 25.
Interview with Sandrine Conte for The Last Journey of Julia Pastrana (Tourne Autour Toulouse Productions, 2014).
Interview on "The life and times of Robert 'Believe It Or Not' Ripley" with Cathleen O'Connell, Desert Penguin Pictures, LLC for forthcoming "American Experience" (PBS). September 2.
"Sex with Disabilities." Interview for HuffPostLive, July 22.
“The Aesthetic Imprint of Disability,” de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA, Invited Lecture; October.
Public Voices Thought Leadership Fellow, Center for Women, Emory University
“Language of Autocorrect,” Letter to the editor of The New Yorker, August 17.
“World Building and Disability,” Institute for Human Centered Design Lunch and Learn Lecture, Boston, MA; April
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, Invited Participant in Discussion Series on Place, Perception, and Disability; Spring.
“Disability Reform,” Emory University Media Relations Faculty Expert Series
The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA, Invited Conversation with President Carter about Disability Studies; February 17.
“Pumped,” Letter to the editor of The New Yorker, 25 April: 5.
“Staring: How We Look,” ABC Radio National Interview; March.
“Staring: How We Look,” Presentation at the Tucson Festival of Books; March 14
“Staring and its Implications in Society.” Dir. Hal Jacobs. Emory University.
Peter Monaghan, “The Gaze, Reconsidered,” Chronicle of Higher Education, 15 May, B15-17.
“Staring: How We Look,” Presentation at the Emory University Michael C. Carlos Museum and Charis Book and More, Atlanta, GA (September 09) and University Press Books Berkeley, CA (March 2010)
Translation of Staring: How We Look into Staring, an exhibition of works by artists examined in the book, Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, NC. Co-curated by J. Cooley and A. M. Fox; Fall
Morning Talk Show Appearance, “Regelli Jam című adásában,” ATV, Hungary; September 24
“Invisible Web Tangles Bat Boy,” Canadian Broadcasting Centre Interview; August 27.
“Public Perceptions of Disability Images,” Netherlands Public Radio Interview; July 19.
Chicago Public Radio, Interview for Story on Disability; March
“Making Meaning with Monuments: Politics and Aesthetics in the FDR Memorial,” Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 January: B11.