Turning Points: Writings
Written in 1982, “No More Stares,” by the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, was conceived and developed by Ann Cupolo Carrillo, Katherine Corbett OToole, and Victoria Lewis. It breaks through myths and ignorance about disability and women to establish new perspectives and provide realistic role models.
- On the Importance of Community Scholars in DS, Disability Studies Quarterly, Summer 2017
- Bay Area Day of Mourning: Corbett Joan OToole, Disability Visibility Project, February 2015
- Quilts for Starting Conversations, Paul Longmore Institute
- Disclosing Our Relationships to Disabilities: An Invitation for Disability Studies Scholars, Disability Studies Quarterly, 2013
- Corbett O’Toole on Enduring Activism: “Dancing for the Win,” Thirty Days of Autism, March 2014
- Why I love Autistic* women (and you should too), Thought Snax, September 2013
- Dale Dahl and Judy Heumann: Deaf Man, Disabled Woman—Allies in 1970s Berkeley. In Susan Burch and Alison Kafer, Editors. Deaf and Disability Studies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Galludet University Press, Washington, D.C.
- The Sexist Inheritance of the Disability Movement. In Rethinking Normalcy: A Disability Studies Reader edited by Rod Michalko and Tanya Titchkosky. Canadian Scholars Press, Inc., Toronto
- Early days in Berkeley, and where we are now, Ragged Edge Magazine, 2005
- Sex, Disability And Motherhood: Access To Sexuality For Disabled Mothers, Disability Studies Quarterly, October 2002