Crip Resistance in a Post-Covid World

Developed by Lachrista Greco, MLIS
Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian
University of Wisconsin
November 2021

This bibliography is number 98d in the series “Bibliographies in Gender and Women’s Studies,” published by the University of Wisconsin System Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian.


Perhaps no other community has offered more tools for collective solutions, collective liberation, and inclusive futures than those engaged in disability justice work. For decades, the disability justice movement has focused on networks of mutual aid, sustainability, collective access, intersectionality, communal support, and cross-movement solidarity as a cornerstone of survival. This bibliography focuses on topics related to disability justice with a particular focus on feminist, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary frameworks. Topics centered in the academic field and pedagogical tools of Disability Studies (and the overlap with disability justice) are also included. Some consider topics of inclusion, care, (in)visibility, and justice within academia, grassroots movements, and artistic communities and projects. Others address those situated at the margins of multiple identities, the contributions of feminist-of-color disability studies, and a theoretical framework that is accountable to critical race theory and makes visible the unacknowledged whiteness of disability studies and activism.

In progress!