Special Journal Issues
Aubrecht, Katie and Nancy La Monica (Guest Editors). (Forthcoming, 2019). Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Disability Studies “Survivals, Ruptures, Resiliences: Perspectives from Disability Scholarship, Art and Activism.”
Aubrecht, Katie and Tamara Krawchenko (Guest Editors). (2016). Special Issue of Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, “Disability & Aging: International Perspectives,” 12(2&3).
Aubrecht, Katie (Guest Editor). (2013). Special Issue of Health, Culture & Society, “Translating Happiness: Medicine, Culture and Social Progress,” 5(1), i-xiii.
Aubrecht, Katie. (Accepted, 2018). “‘Nothing But’: University Student Mental Health and the Hidden Curriculum of Academic Success.” The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies.
Aubrecht, Katie and Nancy La Monica. (2017). “(Dis)Embodied Disclosure in Higher Education: A Co-Constructed Narrative,” Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 47(3), 1-15.
Aubrecht, Katie. (2016). “Psy-Times: The Psycho-Politics of Resilience in University Student Life,” in the special issue, Mad Studies: Intersections with Disability Studies, Social Work, and ‘Mental Health’, Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, 5(2), 186-200.
Aubrecht, Katie and Tamara Krawchenko. (2016). “Disability and Aging: Research, Theory and Policy Perspectives.” Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal. 12(2&3), 3-10.
Aubrecht, Katie and Janice Keefe. (2016). “The Becoming Subject of Dementia.” Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal. 12(2&3), 137-154.
Titchkosky, Tanya and Katie Aubrecht. (2015). “WHO’S MIND, Whose Future?: Mental Health Policies as Colonial Logics,” Special Issue: Disability & Colonialism: (Dis)encounters and Anxious Intersectionalities, Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, 21(1), 1-16.
Aubrecht, Katie. (2013). “Translating Happiness.” Health, Culture & Society, 5(1), i-xiii.
Aubrecht, Katie. (2012). “Disability Studies and the Language of Mental Illness.” Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 8(2), 31-44.
Aubrecht, Katie. (2012). “The ‘New Vocabulary’ of Resilience and the Governance of University ‘Student Life’.” Special Issue of Studies in Social Justice: “The Politics of Resilience and Recovery in Mental Health Care,” 6(1), 67-83.
Fancey, Pamela, Janice Keefe, Robin Stadynk, Emily Gardiner and Katie Aubrecht. (2012). “Understanding and Assessing the Impact of Nursing Home Approach to Care and Physical Design on Residents and their Families: A Synthesis of the Literature.” Seniors Housing & Care Journal. 20(1), 99-114.
Aubrecht, Katie, Christine Kelly and Carla Rice. (Eds.). (Forthcoming). Aging/Disability Nexus. Disability Culture and Politics Series, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Aubrecht, Katie and Akwasi Boafo. (Accepted). “Deconstructing Dependency and Development in Global Dementia Policy,” in Katie Aubrecht, Christine Kelly and Carla Rice (Eds.), Aging/Disability Nexus. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Titchkosky, Tanya and Katie Aubrecht. (2017). ““One in Five”: The Prevalence Problematic in Mental Illness Discourse,” in Critical Inquiries for Social Justice in Mental Health (pp. 312-332). Marina Morrow and Lorraine Halinka Malcoe (Eds.). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Aubrecht, Katie and Janice Keefe. (2016). “‘Everybody Has Different Levels of Why They Are Here’: Deconstructing Domestication in the Nursing Home Setting.” In Michael Rembis (Ed.), Disabling Domesticity (pp. 215-239). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Aubrecht, Katie and Izzy Mackenzie Lay. (2016). “Solidarity in the Solitudes of Student Life: Contemporary Women Students Discuss Life and Work in the Academy,” in Solitudes of the Workplace: Women in Universities, Elvi Whitaker (Ed.). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 118-135.
Aubrecht, Katie. (2014). “Re-Imagining Success: Ordinary Orders and University Student ‘Mental Life’,” in Reimagining Education Reform and Innovation, Matthew Lynch (Ed.). New York: Peter Lang, 55-76.
Fabris, Erick and Katie Aubrecht. (2014). “Chemical Constraint: Experiences of Psychiatric Coercion, Restraint, and Detention as Carceratory Techniques,” in Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in North America, Allison Carey, Chris Chapman and Liat Ben-Moshe (Eds.). Palgrave Macmillan, 185-200.