A few examples of media profiling our faculty and students:
- 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
- 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.