The first thing any good research project does, apparently, is BREED CITATIONS LIKE RABBITS. Some notes on what I need to pick up from the library, based on what I’ve read so far. Of no practical use to anyone but myself, but a potential source of curious amusement to the 2.5 other academics in the world who are into all this.
(Please excuse my indifference to citation styles.)
<b>Autism, Rhetoric, Narrative & Discourse</b>
Bagatell, N. “Orchestrating Voices: Autism, Identity and the Power of Discourse.” <i>Disability & Society</i> 22(4): 413-26.
Biklen D, Attfield R, Bissonnette L, et al. <i>Autism and the Myth of the Person Alone</i>. New York: NYUP (2005).
Corder, Jim W. “A New Introduction to Psychoanalysis, Taken as a Version of Modern Rhetoric.” <i>Pre/Text</i> 5.3-4 (1984): 137-69.
Cowen, Tyler. “Autism as Academic Paradigm.” <i>Chronicle of Higher Education</i>. Chronicle of Higher Education, 13 July 2009.
Donnellan AM (ed). <i>Classic Readings in Autism</i>. New York: Teachers College Press (1985).
Garland Thomson, Rosemarie. <i>Extraordinary Bodies: Figuring Physical Disability in American Culture and Literature</i>. NY: Columbia UP (1997).
Jurecic, Ann. “Neurodiversity.” <i>College English</i> 69.5 (2007): 421-42.
Lewiecki-Wilson C. “Rethinking Rhetoric Through Mental Disabilities.” <i>Rhetoric Review</i> 22(2) (2003): 156-67.
Nadesan MH. <i>Constructing Autism: Unraveling the “Truth” and Understanding the Social</i>. NY: Routledge (2005).
Osteen, Mark (ed.) <i>Autism and Representation</i>. NY: Routledge (2008).
Rossetti Z, Ashby C, Arndt K, et al. “I Like Others to Not Try to Fix Me: Agency, Independence, and Autism. <i>Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities</i> 46(5) (2008): 364-375.
Smukler, David. “Unauthorized Minds: How ‘Theory of Mind’ Theory Misrepresents Autism.” <i>Mental Retardation</i> 43.1 (2005): 11-24.
Straus, Joseph N. <i>Normalizing the Abnormal: Disability in Music and Music Theory</i>. Ne York: Graduate Center, 2004.
Waltz, Mitzi. “Reading Case Studies of People With Autistic Spectrum Disorders: A Cultural Studies Approach to Issues of Disability Representation.” <i>Disability & Society</i> 20.4 (2005): 421-35.
—. “Metaphors of Autism, and Autism as Metaphor: An Exploration of Representation.” Second Global Conference. <i>Inter-Disciplinary.net</i> 2003.
Albury, W.R. “From Changeling to Space Alien: Popular Culture and the ‘Otherness’ of the Autistic Person.” <i>Building Bridges: Proceedings of the 1995 National Autism Conference</i>. Brisbane: Autistic Children’s Association of Queensland, 1995. 1-6.
Bourke, A. <i>The Burning of Bridget Cleary</i>. London: Pimlico, 1999.
Briggs, Katharine. <i>An Encyclopedia of Fairies</i>. New York (1976).
—. <i>The Vanishing People</i>. New York (1978).
Haffter, Carl. “The Changeling: History and Psychodynamics of Attitudes to Handicapped Children in European Folklore.” <i>Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences</i> 3.4 (1967-8): 56.
Hartland, E.S. <i>The Science of Fairy Tales</i>. London, 1891.
Kanner, Leo. <i>History of the Care and Study of Mental Retardation</i> (Springfield, Ill, 1964).
Persaud, TVN. <i>Problems of Birth Defects</i>. Baltimore (1977).
Quinn-Curan, Noreen, and Stefi Rubin. “Lost, Then Found: Parents’ Journey Through the Community Service Maze.” <i>The Family With a Handicapped Child</i> (Milton Seligman, ed.) New York (1983).
Ivonne van Amstel, <i>Fairy Child: The Baby and Toddler Years of an Autistic Girl</i>