Julie Passanante Elman, Ph.D.
University of Missouri
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Chronic Youth: Disability, Sexuality & Rehabilitation in American Culture. Social and Cultural Analysis Book Series. New York University Press. Forthcoming, September 2014.

“Cripping Safe Sex Education: Queer/Disabled Alliances on ABC’s Life Goes On.” Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Special Issue: “Bioethics, Sexuality and Gender Identity.” Guest editors, Lance Wahlert and Autumn Fiester, September 2012.

“Feeling Real: Disability, Teen Sick-Lit and the Condition of Adolescence.” Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies (JLCDS), Special Issue: “Popular Genres and Disability Representation,” July 2012. (See the article

“After School Special Education: Rehabilitative Television, Teen Citizenship, and Able-Bodiedness,” Television and New Media 11.4, July 2010. (See the article

"Unsightly Evictions." Book Review of Susan Schweik’s The Ugly Laws: Disability in Public for H-Human Rights <http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.html?id=24905> September 2009.

“Life Goes On,” in Susan Burch and Paul K. Longmore, The Encyclopedia of Disability History (New York: Facts on File, 2009).

“Oedipus Borealis: The Aberrant Body in Old Icelandic Myth and Saga, by Lois Bragg.” Book Review. Disability Studies Quarterly 25.2, Spring 2005.
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