My complete CV can be downloaded here. Please note: this is a pdf format. If you’d like an alternative, send me an email: emmalaurensheppard[at]gmail[dot]com.
I am always happy to speak about my research at seminars or guest lecturers – please get in touch.
[forthcoming]. ͞Researching sex and sexuality with disabled people͟. In: Claes, T., Porrovecchio, A., Reynolds, P. (eds) Methodological and Ethical Issues in Sex and Sexuality Research: Contemporary Essays, Barbara Budrich Publishers, Leverkusen.
2016. Real World Academics: A Response to Glyn Davies MP. Times Higher Education.
2016. Review: Supporting disabled people with their sexual lives: a clear guide for health and social care professionals. Disability and Society, 31.8, pp.1154-1156. [open access]
2015. Review: The Female Suffering Body: Illness and Disability in Modern Arabic Literature. Disability and Society, 30.10, pp.1593-1595.2014. [open access]
Review: Feminist, Queer, Crip, by Alison Kafer. Journal of the International Network for Sexual Ethics & Politics, 1.2 2013.
“It’s Not a Hobby, It’s a Post-apocalyptic Skill”: Space, Feminism, Queer, and Sticks and String. Bad Subjects, 84. [open access]
Conferences & Seminars
Considering Crip Time – at the Disability Research Forum, Sheffield Hallam
Considering Crip Time, July 2017, Disability and Disciplines, Liverpool Hope University.
Kinked and Crippled: chronic pain and BDSM, April 2017, Cutting Edge 2017, Edge Hill University
Kinked and Crippled: chronic pain and BDSM, April 2017, Talking Bodies 2017, Chester University
Kinked and Crippled: chronic pain and BDSM, September 2016, Lancaster Disability Studies Conference, Lancaster University
Cripping Pain [poster], July 2016, Encountering Pain, University College London. [related blog post here]
The Problem of Chronic Pain, December 2015, Re-engaging Elaine Scarry’s The Body in Pain: A Thirtieth Anniversary Retrospective, University of Brighton [related blog post here]
And the crip ran away with the spoon: crip time, fatigue, and a life lived more slowly, April 2015, Cutting Edge 2015, Edge Hill University
Feel the Pain: the unexpected side effects of research, April 2015, Talking Bodies 2015, Chester University. [related THE article]
Disability, Pain and the Normal Human, December 2014, Seminar, Edge Hill University
Crippling Pain: examining pain in normal human experience, July 2014, 5th Annual International Conference: Theorising Normalcy and the Mundane – More Questions of the Human, University of Sheffield