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Publications:

Fudge Schormans A, Wilton R, & Marquis N. (2018). Building collaboration in the co‐ production of knowledge with people with intellectual disabilities about their everyday use of city space. Area. 2018;00:1– 8. https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12492

Wilton, R., Fudge-Schormans, A., & Marquis, N. (2017) Shopping, social inclusion & the everyday geographies of people with intellectual disability. Social and Cultural Geography, 19(2), 230-252.

Presentations:

Fudge Schormans, A. (2015, September). Keynote address: The “My Life in the City”project: Mapping people with intellectual disabilities' everyday use of city space. Southern Network of Specialized Care Annual Research Forum. Brantford, Ontario.

Fudge Schormans, A. (2015, March). Undertaking Collaborative Research. Paper presented at the Qualitative Expertise at Southampton (QUEST) Seminar Discussion Series, University of Southampton, UK.

Fudge Schormans, A., Bailey, L., Head, K., Infusino, P., Marchi, R., McCormick, D., Rowley, R., and Simone, S. (June, 2017). My Life in the City: What it is, What it should be. Panel presentation at Canadian Disabilities Studies Association (CDSA) conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ryerson University, Toronto.

Fudge Schormans, A., Bailey, L., Head, K., Infusino, P., Marchi, R., McCormick, D., Rowley, R., and Simone, S. (June, 2017). “We want to make the city better”: Co-produced knowledge as a means of working towards change. Panel presentation at Canadian Disabilities Studies Association (CDSA) conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ryerson University, Toronto. 

Fudge Schormans, A. (2016). Tensions and possibilities of co-producing knowledge of‘intellectual disability’ with people with intellectual disabilities. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IASSIDD), Melbourne Australia. 

Wilton, R., Fudge Schormans, A., & Marquis, N. (July, 2015). “The mall is where I pick Up girls”: Shopping, social inclusion & people with intellectual disabilities. Paper presented at the International Medical Geography Symposium, Vancouver, B.C.

Fudge Schormans, A., Wilton, R., *Arthur, C., *Goodfellow-Tjorman, A., *Carriere, J., Chambon, A., & Marquis, N. (August, 2014). Mapping the self in public space:Co-producing

knowledge of people with intellectual disabilities' everyday use of city space. Paper presented at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2014, London, UK.

Fudge Schormans, A., *Arthur, C., *Goodfellow-Tjorman, A., *Carriere, J., Wilton, R., Marquis, N., & Chambon, A. (May, 2014). Making and claiming space: People with intellectual disabilities in the city. Paper presented at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, St. Catharines, Ontario.

Fudge Schormans, A., *Carriere, J., Chambon, A., & Wilton, R. (June, 2013). Living in the City; Social Work, Technologies, and People with Intellectual Disabilities. Paper presented at the CASWE Conference, Victoria, B.C.

Fudge Schormans, A., *Carriere, J., *Goodfellow-Tjorman, A., Chambon, A., & Wilton, R. (May, 2013). Mapping the self in public space: people with intellectual disabilities' use of public city space. Paper presented at the Nordic Network on Disability Research Conference, Turku, Finland.

Guest lectures:

McCormick, D., Simone, S., & Head, H. A. Research Methods in Disability Studies, Dr. K. Yoshida, Instructor, Disability Studies Program, Department of Physiotherapy, University of Toronto. September, 2018. Making a Documentary, Together.

Fudge Schormans, A. LS0441, Re-Imagining Access and Inclusion, Dr. N. LaMonica,

Instructor, Seneca College. July 2018. Inclusive arts-based research and knowledge co-production with people labeled with intellectual disabilities: Making a Documentary, Together

Fudge Schormans, A. LS0441, Re-Imagining Access and Inclusion, Dr. N. LaMonica,

Instructor, Seneca College. December, 2017. “Nothing about us without us”: Inclusive arts-based research and knowledge co-production with people labeled with intellectual disabilities”.  

Fudge Shormans, A. Research Methods in Disability Studies, Dr. K. Yoshida, Instructor, Disability Studies Program, Department of Physiotherapy, University of Toronto, with S. Rowley, K. Head. September, 2017. Making a Documentary, Together.

Fudge Schormans, A. DST88A/B, Research Methods in Disability Studies class, Dr. Chelsea Temple Jones, Ryerson University, with D. McCormick, S. Rowley, S. Simone, R. Marchi, P. Infusino, K. Head and L. Bailey, January, 2017. Making a Documentary, Together.

Community and University media coverage, publications and events:

Balch, Erica. (May 11, 2017). New short documentary shines a light on adults with intellectual disabilities. McMaster Daily News

CBC Radio Metro Morning. (May 10, 2017). Interview including members of the My Life in the City Documentary about the project, documentary and upcoming screening at Reel Abilities Film Festival.

Accessibility Media Inc. (May 5, 2017). Two interviews, one with director and a second with one of the co-researchers/stars of the My Life in the City documentary

Fudge Schormans, A. (March 2016). Mapping Disability – My Life in the City Project.  Southern Network of Specialized Care Research Digest, p.1.

My Life in the City: Inclusion and Activism through the Making of a Documentary. (November 12, 2016). Advocating for Better Futures Self-advocates Group Meeting, Toronto.    

 “My Life in the City” (May 13, 2016). Documentary Screening and Community Forum, Toronto. 

Monsbratten, Laurie. (July 25, 2013). McMaster research studies everyday lives of intellectually disabled. TORONTO STAR (Article on SSHRC-funded project: Mapping the Self in Public Space: People with Intellectual Disabilities’ Everyday Use of Space.

(Note: Part of the interview was shown on Global News the same night)