Autism Spectrum People and Religion Research Group


Recent Publications by ASPARRG Members


Bogdashina, O, Autism and the Edges of the Known: World Sensitivities, Language and Constructed Reality, (Jessica Kingsley, 2010)

Bogdashina, O, Theory of Mind and the Triad of Perspectives on Autism and Asperger Syndrome: A View from the Bridge. (Jessica Kingsley, 2005)

Catani M, Jones DK, Daly E, Embiricos N, Deeley Q, Pugliese L, Curran S, Robertson D, Murphy DG., 'Altered cerebellar feedback projections in Asperger syndrome' , Neuroimage. 41; 1184-1191: 2008

Claveirole, A and Macmillan, MS (forthcoming) The Impact of Service Culture on Young People and Parent Participation in Intensive Psychiatric Treatment.

Gillibrand, J., (Foreword by Rowan Williams) Disabled Church - Disabled Society: The Implications of Autism for Philosophy, Theology and Politics (Jessica Kingsley, 2010)

Kenway, I, 'Charity and Controversy – The Disembodiment of Religion in Cyberspace', International Review of Information Ethics Vol. 9, 2008

Murray, S., Representing Autism: Culture, Narrative, Fascination (Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press, 2008),

Dearey, P. 'Spirituality in Healthcare, Social Work and Education', in Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies, 2010.

Pattison, S., Hannigan, B., Pill, R. and Thomas. H., Emerging Values in Health Care, (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2010)

Pattison, S., Thompson, J. and Thompson, R.,The SCM Study Guide to Theological Reflection (London: SCM Press, 2008)

Pattison, S., Seeing Things: Deepening Relations with Visual Artefacts, (London: SCM Press, 2007)

Swinton, J and Trevett, C (eds) et al., Journal of Religion, Disability & Health,  Vol. 13, Issue 1 & 2 (Routledge, 2009) 

Swinton, J and  Brock. B. (eds) Theology, Disability and the New Genetics: Why Science Needs the Church (T&T Clark, 2007)

Waltz, M., Autism: A Social and Medical History (to be published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2011)

Waltz, MM. (2009). From changelings to Crystal Children: An examination of ‘New Age’ ideas about autism, Journal of Religion Disability & Health, 13, 2, 114-128.

Waltz, M. (2008) Autism=Death: The social and medical impact of a catastrophic medical model of autistic spectrum disorders. The Journal of Popular Narrative Media, 1 (1): 13-24.

Waltz, M. (2007) The relationship of ethics to quality: The particular case of research in autism. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 30 (3): 353-361.

Waltz, M. and Burdus, A. (2007) Factors in developing and delivering an effective in-service programme on Asperger syndrome for secondary school staff. Good Autism Practice, 8 (2): 65-74.

Waltz, M. (2005) Reading case studies of people with autistic spectrum disorders: A cultural studies approach to issues of disability representation. Disability & Society, 20 (5): 421-435.

Page revised 13 April 2011
by Ian Kenway.