Publications

In the following only international (mostly English-speaking) publications of iDiS are listed. If you are also interested in German references, see:
http://idis.uni-koeln.de/forschung/veroeffentlichungen/
http://www.hf.uni-koeln.de/30711 (scroll down for “Veröffentlichungen[Auswahl]”)

2013 – 2017

  • Waldschmidt, Anne / Berressem, Hanjo / Ingwersen, Moritz (Eds.). (2017). Culture – Theory – Disability: Encounters between Disability Studies and Cultural Studies. Bielefeld: Transcript.
  • Beadle Brown, Julie / Biggeri, Mario / Halvorsen, Rune / Tøssebro, Jan / Waldschmidt, Anne / Hvinden, Bjørn (Eds.). (2017). Lived Experiences of Persons with Disabilities: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 2. Abingdon & London: Routledge.
  • Halvorsen, Rune / Waldschmidt, Anne / Hvinden, Bjørn / Bøhler, Kjetil Klette (2017). Diversity and dynamics of disability policy in Europe – an analytical framework. In: B. Hvinden, J. Bickenbach, D. Ferri, R. Halvorsen, A. M. Guillén Rodriguez (Eds.), The Changing Disability Policy System: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 1. Abingdon & London: Routledge (in print)
  • Kara?i?, Anemari / Sturm, Andreas / Waldschmidt, Anne / Dins, Timo. (2017). Identity and Political Participation Throughout the Life Course – the Experiences of Persons with Disabilities in European Countries. In: J. Beadle Brown, M. Biggeri, R. Halvorsen, J. Tøssebro, A. Waldschmidt, B. Hvinden (Eds.). Lived Experiences of Persons with Disabilities: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 2. Abingdon & London: Routledge (in print)
  • Sturm, Andreas / Waldschmidt, Anne / Kara?i?, Anemari / Dins, Timo. (2017). Exercising Influence at the European Level – Political Opportunity Structures of Disability Rights Advocacy and Impacts of the UN CRPD. In: B. Hvinden, J. Bickenbach, D. Ferri, R. Halvorsen, A. M. Guillén Rodriguez (Eds.), The Changing Disability Policy System: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 1. Abingdon & London: Routledge (in print)
  • Waldschmidt, Anne / Sturm, Andreas / Kara?i?, Anemari / Dins, Timo. (2017). Implementing the UN CRPD in European Countries – a Comparative Study on the Involvement of Organisations Representing Persons with Disabilities. In: B. Hvinden, J. Bickenbach, D. Ferri, R. Halvorsen, A. M. Guillén Rodriguez (Eds.), The Changing Disability Policy System: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 1. Abingdon & London: Routledge (in print)
  • Waldschmidt, Anne / Kara?i?, Anemari / Sturm, Andreas / Dins, Timo. (2015). “Nothing about us without us” – Disability Rights Activism in European Countries: A Comparative Analysis. In: Moving the Social – Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements. Special Issue on Disability Movements: National Policies and Transnational Perspectives, Bochum, 53, 103-137.

2010 – 2012

  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2012). Social Protection and Social Inclusion for People with Cognitive and Learning Disabilities: the Situation in Germany. In: Li, Jing / Cheng, Weimin (Hrsg.). Breakthrough the care dilemma: A Primary Study on Welfare Policy for Adults with Intellectual and Psychiatric Disabilities and their Families. Special editors: Anna Lawson (UK) and Xiafei Wang. Beijing (Beijing National Defense University Publishing House), pp. 184-203. (published in Chinese; ISBN: 978-7-5626-2014-3)
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2011). Disability as a Social Problem. In: Ritzer, George / Ryan, J. Michael (Hrsg.). Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. The definitive sociology reference source. Oxford (Wiley & Blackwell), pp. 150-151.

2000 – 2009

  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2009). Disability in Twentieth-Century German Culture (Carol Poore). Review. In: Disability & Society 24(3), pp. 391-393.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2009). Disability Policy of the European Union: The supranational level. In: ALTER: European Journal of Disability Research | Revue Européenne de Recherche sur le Handicap 3(1), pp. 8-23.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2007). Disability as a Social Problem. In: Ritzer, George (ed.). The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Volume III: D-E. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 1168-1170.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2006). Advocacy Movements: Germany. In. Albrecht, Gary et al. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Disability. Volume 1. Thousand Oaks, London, New Dehli: Sage, pp. 57-58.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2006). Deinhardt, Heinrich Marianus (1821-1880): German educator. In: Albrecht, Gary et al. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Disability. Volume 1. Thousand Oaks, London, New Dehli: Sage, pp. 372-373.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2006). Georgens, Jan Daniel (1823 – 1886): German educator. In Albrecht, Gary et al. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Disability. Volume 2. Thousand Oaks, London, New Dehli: Sage, pp. 795- 796.
  • Köbsell, Swantje / Waldschmidt, Anne (guest eds.). (2006). International Section: Disability Studies in German Speaking Countries. In: Disability Studies Quarterly. The first journal in the field of disability studies, USA, Vol. 26, No. 2 (seven articles and guest editor’s introduction). URL: http://www.dsq.org/2006_spring_toc.html.
  • Köbsell, Swantje / Waldschmidt, Anne. (2006). Disability Studies in Austria, Germany and Switzerland: Introduction. In: Disability Studies Quarterly 26(2), 4 pages. URL: http://www.dsq-sds.org/_articles_html/2006/spring/kobsell_waldschmidt.asp.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2006). Normalcy, Bio-Politics and Disability: Some Remarks on the German Disability Discourse. In: Disability Studies Quarterly 26(2), 12 pages. URL: http://www.dsq_sds.org/_articles_html/2006/spring/waldschmidt.asp.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2005). Who is normal? Who is deviant? “Normality” and “Risk” in Genetic Diagnostics and Counseling. In: Tremain, Shelley L. (ed.). Foucault and the Government of Disability. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp. 191- 207.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2005). “European Disability Policy – Disability Policy in Europe: A German Perspective”. Presentation at the Annual Conference 2005 “Making Social Policy in the Postindustrial Age” of ESPAnet – The Network for European Social Policy Analysis, University of Fribourg, September 22nd – 24th, 2005, Fribourg/Switzerland. URL: http://www.unifr.ch/travsoc/espanet05/papers/pap05-03.pdf (September 2005).
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2005). Normaliteit. In: Bröckling, Ulrich / Krasmann, Susanne / Lemke, Thomas (eds.). Sleutelwoorden. De actualiteit in 44 begrippen. Vertaald door Michel van Nieuwstadt. Amsterdam: Sun, pp. 219-226.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (2002). Agony or Autonomy – the Promises of Reproductive Medicine. In: Reprokult, Women’s Forum for Reproductive Medicine (ed.). Reproductive Medicine and Genetic Engineering: Women between Self-Determination and Societal Standardisation. Proceedings of the Conference held in Berlin from 15 to 17 November 2001. Cologne: Federal Centre for Health Education, pp. 61-66.

1991 – 1999

  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (1999). Legislation – Germany. In: Annette Burfoot (ed.). Encyclopedia of Reproductive Technologies. Boulder and Oxford: Westview Press, pp. 324- 328.
    Waldschmidt, Anne. (1999). Genetic Screening and German-based Eugenics – Old and New. In: Annette Burfoot (ed.). Encyclopedia of Reproductive Technologies. Boulder and Oxford: Westview Press, pp. 373-379.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (1992). “L’Eprouvette éprouvée” or “Test tube under test”. An International Conference to Critically Assess Reproductive Engineering, Paris, 28 – 29 June 1991. In Issues in Reproductive and Genetic Engineering 5(1), pp. 75-77.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (1992). Against Selection of Human Life – People with Disabilities Oppose Genetic Counselling. In. Issues in Reproductive and Genetic Engineering 5(2), pp. 155- 167.
  • Waldschmidt, Anne. (1991). The Embryo As a Legal Entity – Woman As a Fetal Environment. The New German Laws on Reproductive Engineering and Embryo Research. In: Issues in Reproductive and Genetic Engineering 4(3), pp. 209-222.