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ENGL 4010, Technical Writing in the Professions
ENGL 1080/WMST 1080, Introduction to Women’s Studies
“‘Fit,’ ‘Unfit,’ and ‘Resistant’ Mothering of Children with Developmental Disabilities: The Eugenics Movement to the Present,” Mothers and History: Histories of Motherhood Conference (Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement), May 10-12, 2012, Toronto, Ontario
“Poetic (Re)Creations of Developmental (Dis)Ability,” 16th Annual Shepard Symposium for Social Justice, March 28 to 31, 2012, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
“Mother and Child (Re)writing: Shared and Shifting Subjectivities in Co-created Autoethnography,” National Women’s Studies Association Conference, November 10–13, 2011, Atlanta, Georgia
“A Will to Tell: Retelling the Experience of (Dis)abling Motherhood and Childhood Through Co-created Autoethnography,” International Conference on Motherhood Activism, Advocacy, Agency (Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement), May 12–24, 2011, Toronto, Ontario
“(Dis)abling Motherhood: Alternatives to the ‘Overcoming’ Narrative for Mothers of Children Labeled Developmentally Disabled,” National Women’s Studies Association Conference, November 11–14, 2010, Denver, Colorado
“‘That’s the Way It Should Be’: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Past and Present Discourses About Developmental Disability,” Language, Culture and History Conference, July 1–2, 2010, Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
“‘So I made myself’: Exploring Poetic Life Narratives of a Child with a Developmental Disability,” Narrative Matters 2010 Conference, May 20–23, 2010, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick
Papers in Preparation
“Bridging the Chasm: Finding a Way to the Autobiographies of Those Labeled Intellectually Disabled”
“Captive Rebel: A Poststructural Feminist Analysis of Mary Kingsley’s Victorian-era Travel Writing”
“Motherhood Online,” Journal of the Motherhood Initiative, Issue 3.1, 2012
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