A few examples of media profiling our faculty and students:
- "Madness in Parkdale" is now available as a podcast on Activehistory.ca. Listen to an MP3 of the podcast.
"Self Labelling and Identity" short film accepted in 2010 NSI Short Film Festival. Professor David Reville and the Chang School’s Multimedia Production Editor, Daniil Novikov's film “Self Labelling and Identity” has been accepted for the National Screen Institute (NSI Canada) Online Short Film Festival. The short film is part of an on-line course called Mad People’s History (CDST 504). Watch it on YouTube.
- Unlikely art stars prepare for Vancouver Olympics
Article by Drew Penner, January 26, 2010
- Cultural Olympiad Display Features Activist Disability History at UBC Robson Square
Article by Catherine Frazee, November 19, 2009
- Students appreciate professors' commitment and dedication Article by Antoinette Mercurio, October 5, 2009
- School of Disability Studies exhibit honoured with 2008 Access Award for Disability Issues Article by Antoinette Mercurio -- December 4, 2008
- Disability Studies Quarterly - Article written by DST student Jessica Hogan and alumni Jennifer Paterson and Heather Willis. Fall 2008.
- Darwin all about diversity - Column written by Helen Henderson, a student in the School of Disability Studies - Published in the Toronto Star, July 26, 2008
- Mothers as accidental activists - Featuring Dr. Melanie Panitch's new book Disability, Mothers and Organization: Accidental Activists which examines the role of activist mothering in advancing social justice and equality for people with disabilities, June 9, 2008
- Interview with Professor Melanie Panitch, Director of the School of Disability Studies about the Out From Under exhibit - Aired on VoicePrint, June 1, 2008 ( *Audio only, RealPlayer required )
- Sad chapter of Canadian history - Column by Carol Goar - Published in the Toronto Star, April 21, 2008
- "Out From Under" exhibition opens at the Royal Ontario Museum - April 18, 2008
- Personal stories tell disability history - Column by Helen Henderson, a student in the School of Disability Studies - Published in the Toronto Star, April 16, 2008
- University's School of Disability Studies featured at festival - October 26, 2007
- Employees with disabilities are expert learners -Featuring a national research study on strategies disabled bank employees use to achieve corporate success, October 4, 2007
- The School of Disability Studies boosts activism all year round - Featured in Ryerson News and Events, July 13, 2007
- Interview on the Ashley case
(*Audio only, RealPlayer required) - CBC Radio One interview him with Professor Catherine Frazee. Aired on The Current, January 21, 2007
- Studying the politics of clothing among women with disabilities - ORS Interview with Professor Kathryn Church
- "Schizophrenic team" leads madness class - Published in the Ryersonian, October 11, 2006
Articles published in Abilities Magazine Forum:
- Changing the Subject: Redefining Society's Response to Disability, by David Reville. Summer 2007.
- Exhibiting Disability Activist History, by Melanie Panitch & Catherine Frazee. Spring 2007.
- New Partnerships for New Times, by Jijian Voronka. Summer 2005.
- Vision. Passion. Action. By Melanie Panitch. Fall 2004.
- Profiling Personal Support Workers in Canada, by Kathryn Church. Winter 2003.
- Honours for an Activist, by Melanie Panitch. Fall 2003.
- Mad People’s History, by Geoffrey Reaume. Summer 2003.
- Doing Disability at the Bank, by Kathryn Church. Spring 2003.
- Culture Cauldron and Art With Attitude, by Catherine Frazee. Fall 2002.
- Intersections, by Catherine Frazee. Summer 2002.
- If You Build It, They Will Come, by Melanie Panitch. Winter 2001.
- An Attitude of Prevailing, by Nola Millin. Fall 2001.
- Ryerson Student Journals II. Summer 2001.
- Ryerson Student Journals. Spring 2001.
- Disability Studies - A Field of Study Whose Time has Come, by Melanie Panitch. Fall 2000.
- The Disability Studies Program: Students Talk about Ryerson’s New Degree. Spring 2000.