Cripping Care Advice: Austerity, Advice Literature, and the Troubled Link between Disability and Old Age
The Aging–Disability Nexus
Edited by Katie Aubrecht, Christine Kelly, and Carla Rice. UBC Press, 2020. 51-64.
What’s Exotic about the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel? Cinema, Everyday Life, and the Materialization of Ageing
Ageing in Everyday Life: Materialities and Embodiments
Edited by Stephen Katz. Bristol: Policy Press, 2018. 83-98. Invited.
Barrier by Barrier: The Canadian Disability Movement and the Fight for Equal Rights
Group Politics and Social Movements in Canada
Calgary: Broadview Press, 2007. 307-328. Invited.
Telling Stories: Literary Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Team Research
Creative Teamwork: Developing Rapid, Site-Switching Ethnography. Written with Derek Newman-Stille
Edited by Pat Armstrong and Ruth Lowndes. New York, Oxford UP, 2018. 143-155.
‘No place for sissies’: Gender, Age, and Disability in Hollywood
The Routledge Companion to Cinema & Gender
Edited by Kristin Lené Hole, Dijana Jelača, E. Ann Kaplan, and Patrice Petro. New York and Abingdon: Routledge, 2017. 68-76.
Survival of the Fittest: CanLit and Disability
The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature
Edited by Cynthia Sugars, Oxford University Press, 2016. 877-891.
Empty Husks: Age, Disability, Death, Care & Amour
Therapy and Emotions in Film and Television: The Pulse of Our Times
Edited by Claudia Wassman. Hampshire and New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015. 72-88.
Seeing the Apricot: A Disability Perspective on Alzheimer’s in Lee Chang Dong’s Poetry
Different Bodies: Essays on Disability in Film and Television
Edited by Marja Mogk. Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland & Company, 2013. 65-74.
Care, Culture, and Creativity: A Disability Perspective on Long-Term Care
Troubling Care: Critical Perspectives on Research and Practices
Edited by Pat Armstrong and Susan Braedley. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, 2013. 47-58.
“With Friends Like These”: Unpacking Panicked Metaphors for Population Ageing
Societies 11(3), 69
'Your own guilty story’: Rethinking Care Relations through David Chariandy’s Soucouyant.
Canadian Literature. 239 (2019): 108-124. DOI 10.14288/cl.v0i239.191363
Comment from the Field: Not an Activist? Ableism Meets Ageism in the Canadian Media.
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 12.1 (2018): 107-109. DOI 10.3828/jlcds.2018.7
There’s No Place Like Home: Designing for Long-Term Residential Care in Canada.
Journal of Canadian Studies 50.2 (2017): 273-298. DOI 10.3138/jcs.50.2.273
The Show Must Go On: Aging, Care, and Musical Performance in Quartet.
Modern Drama. 59.2 (2016): 213-230. DOI 10.3138/md.59.2.5
‘Blind people don't run’: Escaping the ‘Nursing Home Specter’ in Children of Nature and Cloudburst.
Journal of Aging Studies. 34(2015): 134-141. DOI 10.1016/j.jaging.2015.06.001
Reimagining Care: Images of Aging and Creativity in House Calls and A Year at Sherbrooke.
International Journal of Ageing and Later Life. 7.2 (2012): 53-71. DOI 10.3384/ijal.1652-8670.1272a3
Instead of Jumping the COVID-19 Queue, Try Acting Your Age
The Conversation. Canadian Edition. April 27, 2021.
Death-friendly Communities Ease Fear of Aging and Dying
The Conversation. Canadian Edition. March 29, 2021.
How We Rely on Older Adults, Especially during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The Conversation. Canadian Edition. July 30, 2020.
Aging Together and Apart: From the Pivot to the Pirouette.
Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal. July 29, 2020.
Make Mine a Double: Alcohol Consumption
Exercising Choice in Long-Term Residential Care
Edited by Tamara Daly and Pat Armstrong. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2017. 55-58
Locks and Doors Matter
Physical Environments for Long-Term Care: Ideas Worth Sharing.
Edited by Pat Armstrong and Susan Braedley. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2016. 71-80. (I participated in research, data analysis, and writing).
United Kingdom: Big City
Promising Practices in Long-Term Care: Ideas Worth Sharing
Edited by Donna Baines and Pat Armstrong. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2015. 63-65.