Journal Articles

Hunter, J., Runswick-Cole, K., Goodley, D., and Lawthom, R. (in press) Plans that work, British Journal of Special Education

Goodley, D., Lawthom, R., Liddiard, K., and Runswick-Cole, K. (2019) ‘Provocations for Critical Disability Studies‘, Disability and Society. Early View

Liddiard, K., Whitney, S., Evans, K., Watts, L., Vogelmann, E., Spurr, R., Aimes,C., Runswick-Cole, K. and Goodley, D. (2019) Working the edges of Posthuman disability studies: theorising with disabled young people with life-limiting impairments, Journal of Sociology of Health and Illness

Runswick-Cole, K. and Ryan, S. (2019) Liminal Still? Unmothering disabled children. Disability & Society

Goodley, D., Lawthom, R., Liddiard, K. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2019) Provocations in Critical Disability Studies, Disability & Society, Online at:

Douglas, P., Rice, C., Runswick-Cole, K., Easton, A.,  Gibson, M. F., Gruson-Wood, E., Klar, E. & R. Shields (2019) Re-storying autism: a body becoming disability studies in education approach, International Journal of Inclusive Education, DOI: 10.1080/13603116.2018.1563835

Richards, M.,  Lawthom, R. & Runswick-Cole, K. (2018) Community-based arts research for people with learning disabilities: challenging misconceptions about learning disabilities, Disability & Society, DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2018.1522243

Liddiard, K., Runswick-Cole, K, Goodley, D., Whitney, S., Vogelmann, E. and Watts, L. (2018) ‘”I was excited by the idea of a project that focuses on those unasked questions”: Co-Producing Disability Research with Disabled Young People’, Children and Society.

Figaro, A., Benozzo, A., Holmes, R. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2017) Cutting together-apart the ‘autistic’ child: A mother speaks about her daughter, Qualitative Inquiry, online first.

Goodley, D., Liddiard, K. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2017) Feeling disability: theories of affect and critical disability studies, Disability and Society, online first.

Bates, K., Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2017) Precarious lives and resistant possibilities: the labour of people with learning disabilities in times of austerity, Disability & Society, 

Runswick-Cole, K., Lawthom, R. and Goodley, D. (2016) The trouble with hard working families, Community, Work & Family, 9 (2):  257-260.

Runswick-Cole, K. (2016): End of normal: identity in a biocultural era, Disability & Society, DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2016.1221667.

Ignagni, E., Liddiard, K., Fudge Schormans, A. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2016) “Some people are not allowed to love”: intimate citizenship in the lives of people with learning disabilities, Disability & Society, 

Goodley, D., Runswick-Cole, K. and Liddiard, K. (2015) The DisHuman Child in Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2015.1075731#.Vh-V2844RDE

Runswick-Cole, K. and Goodley, D. (2015) Disability and Austerity: ‘Cruel Optimism’ in Big Society, Canadian Journal of Disability Studies 4 (2): 162-186.

Runswick-Cole, K. and Goodley, D. (2015) DisPovertyPorn: Benefits Street and the Dis/ability Paradox, Disability & Society,

Goodley, D., Lawthom, R, & Runswick-Cole, K. (2014). Posthuman disability studies. Subjectivity. _

Goodley, D., Lawthom, R, & Runswick-Cole, K. (2014). Dis/ability and austerity: beyond work and slow death, Disability & Society, 29 (6), 980-984

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2014) Becoming dis/human: Thinking about the human through disability, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2014.930021

Goodley D, Runswick Cole K. (2014) Critical psychologies of disability: boundaries, borders and bodies in the lives of disabled children. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties

Curran, T. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2014) Disabled Children’s Childhood Studies: an emerging domain of inquiry? Disability & Society. 29 (10): 1617-1630.7

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2014) Big Society? Disabled people with the label of learning disabilities and the queer(y)ing of civil society, Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research. DOI:10.1080/15017419.2014.941924

Runswick-Cole, K. (2014) “Us” and “Them”? The limits and possibilities of a politics of neurodiversity in neoliberal times Disability & Society

Runswick-Cole, K. and Goodley, D. (2013) Resilience: a Disability Studies and Community Psychology Approach, Social and Personality Psychology: Compass, 7 (2): 67-78.

Goodley, D., and Runswick-Cole, K. and Mahmoud, U. (2013) Disablism and Diaspora: British Pakistani Families and Disabled Children Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal . 2013, 9 (2/3): 63-78.

Hodge, N. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2013,) ‘They never pass me the ball’: disabled children’s experiences of leisure, Children’s Geographies. II (3): 311-325.

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2012) The body as disability and possability: Theorising the ‘leaking, lacking and excessive’ bodies of disabled children, Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 1-19.

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2012) Reading Rosie: the postmodern dis/abled child, Educational and Child Psychology, 29(2): 53-66.

Pratesi, A. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2011) Not so usual families: overlaps and divergence in the practices of care within disabled and same-sex families, International Journal of Sociology of Families, 37(2): 243-262.

Runswick-Cole, K. (2011) Time to end the bias towards inclusive education? British Journal of Special Education, 38 (3): 112-120.

Runswick-Cole, K. and Goodley, D. (2011) The ‘Big Society’: a dismodernist critique, Disability & Society, 26 (7): 881-885.

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2011) Something in the air? Creativity, culture and community, Research in Drama Education, 16 (1): 75.

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2011) The violence of disablism, Journal of Sociology of Health and Illness, 33(4): 602-17

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2011) Problematising policy: conceptions of ‘child’, ‘disabled’ and ‘parents’ in social policy in England, International Journal of Inclusive Education 15 (1): 71-85.

Runswick-Cole, K. (2010) Living with Dying and Disabilism: death and disabled children, Disability and Society, 7 (1): 813 – 826.

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2010) Len Barton, inclusion and critical disability studies: Theorising disabled childhoods, International Studies in Sociology of Education, 20 (4): 273-290.

Goodley, D. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2010) Emancipating play: Dis/abled children, development and deconstruction, Disability & Society, 25 (4): 499 – 512.

Runswick-Cole, K. and Hodge, N. (2009) Needs or rights? A challenge to the discourse of special education, British Journal of Special Education, 36 (4): 198-203.

Hodge, N. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2008) Problematising Parent-Professional Relationships, Disability and Society, 23 (6): 637-647.

Runswick-Cole, K. (2008) Between a rock and a hard place: parents’ attitudes to the inclusion of their children with special educational needs in mainstream schools, British Journal of Special Education, 35 (3): 173-180.

Ryan,S. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2008) From advocate to activist? Mapping the experiences of mothers of children on the autism spectrum, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 22(1): 43-53.

Ryan, S. and Runswick-Cole, K. (2008) Repositioning Mothers: Mothers, Disabled Children and Disability Studies, Disability and Society, 23 (3): 199-210.

Runswick-Cole, K. (2007) ‘The Tribunal was the most stressful thing: more stressful than my son’s diagnosis or behaviour’: the experiences of families who go to the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (SENDIST), Disability and Society, 22 (3): 315-328.

Mallett, R., Runswick-Cole, K. and Collingbourne, T. (2007) Presenting Protocols for Accessible Research Dissemination, Disability and Society, 22 (2): 205-7.


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