◆Senior Teaching Fellow in Disability Studies, University of Leeds
* September 21 to 24, 2010 Intensive Lectures at Ritsumeikan University
■Areas of Interest
◆Disability and technology
◆Disability and feminism
◆Global perspectives on disability
Chapters in Books
◆BARNES C. & SHELDON A. 2007 "'Emancipatory' Disability Research and Special Educational Needs," L. FLORIAN (ed.) Handbook of Special Educational Needs, Sage.
◆SHELDON A. 2006 "Disability," HARRINGTON A., MARSHALL B. & MULLER H.P. (eds.) The Routledge Dictionary of Social Theory, Routledge.
◆SHELDON A. 2005 "One world, one people, one struggle? Toward the global implementation of the social model of disability," BARNES C and MERCER G (eds.) Implementing the Social Model of Disability: Europe and the Majority World, The Disability Press, University of Leeds. ［amazon］／［kinokuniya］
◆SHELDON A. 2004 "Changing Technology," SWAIN J., FRENCH S., BARNES C. & THOMAS C. (eds.) Disabling Barriers, Enabling Environments, Sage. ［amazon］／［kinokuniya］ ※
◆SHELDON A. 2004 "Women and Disability," SWAIN, J., FRENCH S., BARNES C. & THOMAS C. (eds.) Disabling Barriers, Enabling Environments, Sage. ［amazon］／［kinokuniya］ ※
◆SHELDON A., TRAUSTADTTIR R., BERESFORD P., BOXALL K & OLIVER M. 2007 "Disability Rights and Wrongs?," Disability & Society, Volume 22, Issue 2 March 2007 , pages 209 - 234
◆SHELDON A. 1999 "Personal and perplexing: feminist disability politics evaluated," Disability and Society, Vol. 14 (5).
◆September 18, 2006 Disabling the Disabled People's Movement? The influence of Disability Studies on the struggle for liberation
Disability Studies Association Conference Disability Studies: Research and Learning, 18-20 September 2006, Lancaster University
◆July 26, 2004 Disability, the majority world and global capitalism ? shared agendas and unified resistance
Disability Studies: Putting Theory Into Practice, An international conference for those involved with advancing teaching, research and scholarship in Disability Studies, Monday 26th July - Wednesday 28th July 2004
◆September 2003 Cybercrips? Disabled people and computer mediated communication
Disability Studies: Theory, Policy and Practice, Lancaster, September 2003