Book Review ALTER-European Journal of Disability Research/ Revue Europeenne de Recherche sur le Handicap. Vol. 11 (3). July-September 2017. 208-209.
Book Review Temple University Press. Barriers and Belonging: Personal Narratives of Disability. Retrieved from www.temple.edu.
Book Review Hutchinson, I. (2017). Barriers and belonging: Personal narratives of disability. Journal of Sociology Social Welfare 44(2), 177-179
Book Review Barriers and Belonging (Michelle Jarman, Leila Monaghan and Alson Quaggin Harkin). Reviewed by Michael Northen
Disabilities as Specializations University of Utah Health Equity & Inclusion (Sep. 08, 2017) I Video I
Dr. Leila Monaghan teaches linguistic and cultural anthropology at Northern Arizona University. Her research interests are broad and include the history of Deaf communities, the impact of HIV/AIDS, the narrative construction of disability, and the role of Native women in the Plains Indian Wars. Co-edited books include Many Ways to be Deaf, and Barriers and Belonging: Personal Narratives of Disability. She visited the University of Utah on September 8th to give a talk titled "Disabilities and Specializations."
Michelle Jarman is Associate Professor of Disability Studies, Wyoming Institute for Disabilities at the University of Wyoming.Dr. Jarman directs the undergraduate Minor in Disability Studies. The minor, established in 2007, has now graduated over 50 students and has nearly 60 students actively enrolled. In addition to teaching core courses and electives in disability studies, Dr. Jarman oversees new course development, student advising, and program assessment for the minor. Dr. Jarman received her Ph.D. in English from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2006, with concentrations in disability studies and gender studies. She is an active member of the Society for Disability Studies, Modern Language Association, and the National Women's Studies Association. Her broad research interests include 20th century U.S. literature, and intersecting cultural representations of disability, gender, and race. Her essays have appeared in journals such as Disability Studies Quarterly, Feminist Formations, the Journal of American Culture, and several literary and disability studies anthologies. She is currently working on a book manuscript titled, Crip Entanglements: Rifts and Relations of Disability.At the University of Wyoming, in addition to ongoing service activities within the College of Health Sciences, Dr. Jarman is co-chair of the Shepard Symposium on Social Justice planning committee, and on the board of the Social Justice Research Center.
Leila Monaghan is Lecturer in Anthropology at Northern Arizona University.She teaches linguistic and cultural anthropology at Northern Arizona University. Her research interests are broad and include the history of Deaf communities, the impact of HIV/AIDS, the narrative construction of disability, and the role of Native women in the Plains Indian Wars. Co-edited books include Many Ways to be Deaf, and Barriers and Belonging: Personal Narratives of Disability. She is also editor of the new journal Language, Culture and History.
Alison Quaggin Harkin is Temporary Assistant Lecturer of Disability Studies, Gender and Women's Studies, and English at the University of Wyoming.Alison Quaggin Harkin began teaching at the University of Wyoming in fall 2010. In addition to teaching professional writing courses for English, she teaches for Gender & Women’s Studies, Disability Studies, and the Synergy Program. She has also worked in the UW Writing Center. Her research interests include life narratives of people considered intellectually disabled, disability and mothering, and autoethnographic research and writing.
Journal Articles by Michelle Jarman
Jarman, M. (2006). Exploring the World of the Different in Leslie Marmon Silko's "Almanac of the Dead". MELUS, 31(3), 147-168. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/30029655
Jarman, M. (2013). Entanglements of disability, ethnicity, and relations: Orienting toward belonging in george estreich's the shape of the eye. The Journal of American Culture, 36(3), 194-205. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.lib.utah.edu/docview/1852709058?accountid=14677
Jarman, M. (2012). Cultural Consumption and Rejection of Precious Jones: Pushing Disability into the Discussion of Sapphire's Push and Lee Daniels's Precious. Feminist Formations 24(2), 163-185. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Retrieved September 14, 2017, from Project MUSE database.
Journal Articles by Leila Frances Monaghan
Carmel, S., & Monaghan, L. (1991). Studying Deaf Culture: An Introduction to Ethnographic Work in Deaf Communities. Sign Language Studies, 73(1), 411-420. Retrieved from https://muse.jhu.edu/article/507028/pdf.
Monaghan, L. (1991). The Founding of Two Deaf Churches: The Interplay of Deaf & Christian Identities. Sign Language Studies, 73(1), 431-452. Retrieved from https://muse.jhu.edu/article/507030/pdf
Articles by Alison Harkin