Annamma, S. A., Boele, A. L., Moore, B. A., & Klingner, J. (2013). Challenging the ideology of normal in schools. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 17(12), 1278–1294.
Baglieri, S., Valle, J. W., Connor, D. J., & Gallagher, D. J. (2011). Disability studies in education: The need for a plurality of perspectives on disability. Remedial and Special Education, 32(4), 267–278.
Bazeley, P. (2013). Qualitative Data Analysis: Practical Strategies. London: SAGE.
Bazeley, P., & Jackson, K. (2019). Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo. Sage.
Bê, A. (2019a). Ableism and disablism in higher education: The case of two students living with chronic illnesses. Alter, 13(3), 179–191.
Bê, A. (2019b). Feminism and disability: A cartography of multiplicity. In Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies (pp. 421-435). Routledge.
Bracken, S., & Novak, K. (2019). Transforming Higher Education through Universal Design for Learning: An International Perspective. London: Routledge.
Branco, C., Ramos, M. R., & Hewstone, M. (2019). The Association of Group-Based Discrimination with Health and Well-Being: A Comparison of Ableism with Other “Isms”. Journal of Social Issues, 75(3), 814–846.
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2006). Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3(2), 77–101.
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2019). Reflecting on reflexive thematic analysis. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 11(4), 589–597.
Broderick, A., & Lalvani, P. (2017). Dysconscious ableism: Toward a liberatory praxis in teacher education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 21(9), 894–905.
Brown, N. (2019). Identity boxes: Using materials and metaphors to elicit experiences. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 22(5), 487–501.
Brown, N. (2020). Disclosure in academia: A sensitive issue. In N. Brown & J. S. Leigh (Eds.), Ableism in Academia: Theorising Experiences of Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses in Higher Education (pp. 51–73). UCL Press.
Brown, N. (2021). Lived Experiences of Ableism in Academia: Strategies for Inclusion in Higher Education. Bristol: Policy Press.
Brown, N., & Leigh, J. S. (2018). Ableism in academia: Where are the disabled and ill academics? Disability and Society, 33(6), 985–989.
Brown, N., & Leigh, J. S. (2020.) Ableism in Academia: Theorising Experiences of Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses in Higher Education. London: UCL Press.
Brown, N., Thompson, P., & Leigh, J. S. (2018). Making academia more accessible. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 6(2), 82–90.
Bryden, C. (2015). Nothing about us, without us!: 20 years of dementia advocacy. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Campbell, F. K. (2001). Inciting legal fictions: "Disability's" date with ontology and the ableist body of the law. Griffith Law Review, 10(1), 42–62.
Carson, T. R., & Sumara, D. J. (Eds.). (1997). Action research as a living practice (Vol. 67). Peter Lang Pub Incorporated.
Charlton, J. I. (2000). Nothing About Us Without Us: Disability Oppression and Empowerment. University of California Press.
Clarke, A. & Erickson, G. L. (eds.). (2003). Teacher Inquiry: Living the Research in Everyday Practice. Psychology Press.
Collins, K. M. (2013). A disabilities studies response to JTE’s themed issue on diversity and disability in teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education, 64(3), 283–287.
Connor, D. J., Gabel, S. L., Gallagher, D. J., & Morton, M. (2008). Disability studies and inclusive education—Implications for theory, research, and practice. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 12(5-6), 441–457.
Deem, R. (1998). ‘New managerialism’ and higher education: The management of performances and cultures in universities in the United Kingdom. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 8(1), 47–70.
Deem, R. (2001). Globalisation, New Managerialism, Academic Capitalism and Entrepreneurialism in Universities: Is the local dimension still important? Comparative Education, 37(1), 7–20.
Deem, R., & Brehony, K. J. (2005). Management as ideology: The case of ‘new managerialism’in higher education. Oxford Review of Education, 31(2), 217–235.
Dolmage, J. T. (2017). Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education. University of Michigan Press.
Dunn, P. A. (2019). Disability in Higher Education: How Ableism Affects Disclosure, Accommodation, and Inclusion. College English, 82(2), 226–242.
Dunn, D. S., & Andrews, E. E. (2015). Person-first and identity-first language: Developing psychologists’ cultural competence using disability language. American Psychologist, 70(3), 255.
Edwards, R., & Mauthner, M. (2012). Ethics and feminist research: Theory and practice. In T. Miller, M. Birch, M. Mauthner, & J. Jessop (Eds.), Ethics in Qualitative Research (2nd ed., pp. 14–28). Sage.
Ferguson, P. M., & Nusbaum, E. (2012). Disability Studies: What is it and what difference does it make? Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 37(2), 70–80.
Garland-Thomson, R. (1999). Extraordinary Bodies: Figuring Physical Disability in American Culture and Literature. Columbia University Press.
Goffman, E. (1990/1963). Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity. London: Penguin Books.
Goodley, D. (2014). Dis/ability Studies: Theorising Disablism and Ableism. London: Routledge.
Hey, V., & Bradford, S. (2004). The return of the repressed? The gender politics of emergent forms of professionalism in education. Journal of Education Policy, 19(6), 691–713.
Inckle, K. (2018). Unreasonable adjustments: The additional unpaid labour of academics with disabilities. Disability & Society, 33(8), 1372–1376.
James, A. (2013). Seeking the analytic imagination: Reflections on the process of interpreting qualitative data. Qualitative Research, 13(5), 562–577.
Kara, H. (2018). Research Ethics in the Real World: Euro-Western and Indigenous Perspectives. Policy Press.
Kerschbaum, S. L., Eisenman, L. T., & Jones, J. M. (Eds.). (2017). Negotiating Disability: Disclosure and Higher Education. University of Michigan Press.
Kovach, M. (2015). Emerging from the margins: Indigenous methodologies. In S. Strega & L. Brown (Eds.), Research as Resistance: Revisiting Critical, Indigenous, and Anti-Oppressive Approaches (2nd ed., pp. 43–64). Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Lindsay, S., Cagliostro, E., & Carafa, G. (2018). A systematic review of workplace disclosure and accommodation requests among youth and young adults with disabilities. Disability and Rehabilitation, 40(25), 2971–2986.
Lovin, L. (2018). Feelings of change: Alternative feminist professional trajectories. In Y. Taylor & K. Lahad (Eds.), Feeling Academic in the Neoliberal University: Feminist Flights, Fights and Failures (pp. 137–162). Palgrave Macmillan.
Lynch, S., & Macklin, J. (2020). Academic Ableism in Higher Education. Birmingham City University Education Journal Magazine, 1(1), 39–41.
Merchant, W., Read, S., D’Evelyn, S., Miles, C., & Williams, V. (2019). The insider view: tackling disabling practices in higher education institutions. Higher Education, 1–15.
Merriam, S.B. (1988). Case Study Research in Education: A Qualitative Approach. Jossey-Bass.
Mireles, D. (2020). Dis/rupting and Dis/mantling Racism and Ableism in Higher Education (Doctoral dissertation, UC Riverside).
Morgan, D. L. (2018). Themes, Theories, and Models. Qualitative Health Research, 28(3), 339–345.
Pionke, J. J. (2019). The impact of disbelief: On being a library employee with a disability. Library Trends, 67(3), 423–435.
Price, M. (2011). Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life. University of Michigan Press.
Ramlackhan, K. (2019). Restricting Social Justice Practices in Public Education: The Neoliberal Stronghold. In R. Papa (Ed.), Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education. Springer, Cham.
Ramlackhan, K. (2021). Disabled-consciousness conceptual approach [Unpublished manuscript]. Department of Leadership, Policy, and Lifelong Learning, University of South Florida, USA.
Saldaña, J. (2009). The Coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers. Los Angeles Calif.: SAGE.
Saltes, N. (2013). ‘Abnormal’ bodies on the borders of inclusion: Biopolitics and the paradox of disability surveillance. Surveillance and Society, 11(1/2), 55–73.
Schön, D.A. (1987). Educating the reflective practitioner: Towards a new design for teaching in the professions. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Shakespeare, T., & Watson, N. (2001). The social model of disability: An outdated ideology. Research in Social Science and Disability, 2(1), 9–28.
Sinclair, J. (2013). Why I dislike “person first” language. Autonomy, the Critical Journal of Interdisciplinary Autism Studies, 1(2).
Singer, S., & Bacon, J. (2020). Ableism in the academy: A series about disability oppression and resistance in higher education. Critical Education, 11(14).
Sumara, D.J. & Carson, T.R. (1997). Action Research as a Living Practice. New York: P.Lang.
Van Laer, K., Jammaers, E., & Hoeven, W. (2020). Disabling organizational spaces: Exploring the processes through which spatial environments disable employees with impairments. Organization, 1–20.
Vehmas, S., & Watson, N. (2014). Moral wrongs, disadvantages, and disability: A critique of critical disability studies. Disability and Society, 29(4), 638–650.
Waitere, H. J., Wright, J., Tremaine, M., Brown, S., & Pausé, C. J. (2011). Choosing whether to resist or reinforce the new managerialism: The impact of performance-based research funding on academic identity. Higher Education Research and Development, 30(2), 205–217.
Waterfield, B., Beagan, B. B., & Weinberg, M. (2018). Disabled academics: A case study in Canadian universities. Disability & Society, 33(3), 327–348.
Werner, S. (2015). Public stigma and the perception of rights: Differences between intellectual and physical disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 38, 262–271.
Whitehead, J. (1989). Creating a living educational theory from questions of the kind, ‘How do I improve my practice?’. Cambridge Journal of Education, 19(1), 41–52.
Wolbring, G. (2008). The politics of ableism. Development, 51(2), 252–258.
Yeo, R., & Moore, K. (2003). Including disabled people in poverty reduction work: “Nothing about us, without us”. World Development, 31(3), 571–590.
Dobusch, L. (2017). Diversity discourses and the articulation of discrimination: the case of public organisations. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(10), 1644–1661.
Mik-Meyer, N. (2016). Othering, ableism and disability: A discursive analysis of co-workers’ construction of colleagues with visible impairments. Human Relations, 69(6), 1341–1363.
Moriña, A., Sandoval, M., & Carnerero, F. (2020). Higher education inclusivity: when the disability enriches the university. Higher Education Research & Development, 39(6), 1202–1216.