- Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press (Corporealities Series), 2011. Winner of the Outstanding Book Award from CCCC. Reviews, annotations and commentary have appeared in the Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database; Disability Studies Quarterly; the Social Science Research Network; and Composition Forum.
Articles and Book Chapters
- Price, Margaret. “The Precarity of Disability/Studies in Academe.” Precarious Rhetorics. Ed. Wendy Hesford, Adela Licona, Christa Teston. Series in New Directions in Rhetoric and Materiality. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Press. In press.
- Price, Margaret. “What Is a Service Animal? A Careful Rethinking.” Review of Disability Studies 13.4 (2017).
- Price, Margaret, Mark S. Salzer, Amber M. O’Shea, and Stephanie L. Kerschbaum. “Disclosure of Mental Disability by College and University Faculty: The Negotiation of Accommodations, Supports, and Barriers.” Disability Studies Quarterly 37.2 (2017).
- Price, Margaret and Stephanie L. Kerschbaum. “Stories of Methodology: Interviewing Sideways, Crooked, and Crip.” Canadian Journal of Disability Studies 5.3 (2016).
- “Un/Shared Space: The Dilemma of Inclusive Architecture.” Disability, Space, Architecture: A Reader. Ed. Jos Boys. London/New York: Routledge, 2017. 155-172.
- “We Are Here: Negotiating Difference and Alliance in Spaces of Cultural Rhetorics.” With Victor Del Hierro and Daisy Levy. enculturation 21 (April 20, 2016).
- Dunhamn, Jane, Jerome Harris, Shancia Jarrett, Leroy Moore, Akemi Nishida, Margaret Price, Britney Robinson, & Sami Schalk. “Developing and Reflecting on a Black Disability Studies Pedagogy: Work from the National Black Disability Studies Coalition.” Disability Studies Quarterly 35.2 (2015).
- “The Bodymind Problem and the Possibilities of Pain.” Hypatia 30.1 (2015). Special issue on “New Conversations in Feminist Disability Studies.” Guest ed. Kim Q. Hall. 268-284.
- “Moving Beyond Disability 2.0 in Composition Studies.” With Tara Wood, Jay Dolmage, and Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson. Composition Studies 42.2 (2014): 147-150.
- “Faculty Members, Accommodation, and Access in Higher Education.” With Stephanie Kerschbaum, Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, Sushil Oswal, Amy Vidali, Susan Ghiaciuc, Jay Dolmage, Craig Meyer, Brenda Brueggemann, and Ellen Samuels. Profession 2013.
- “Multimodality in Motion: Disability and Kairotic Spaces.” With Melanie Yergeau, Elizabeth Brewer, Stephanie Kerschbaum, Sushil Oswal, Michael Salvo, Cynthia Selfe, and Franny Howes. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 18.1. August 2013.
- “Defining Mental Disability.” The Disability Studies Reader, 4th ed. Ed. Lennard J. Davis. New York/London: Routledge, 2013. 292-299.
- “Disability Studies Methodology: Explaining Ourselves to Ourselves.” Practicing Research in Writing Studies: Reflexive and Ethically Responsible Research. Ed. Katrina M. Powell & Pamela Takayoshi. New York: Hampton Press, 2012. 159-186.
- “Mental Disability and Other Terms of Art.” Profession. In the special section “Disability and Language,” ed. Petra Kuppers. New York: MLA, 2010. 117-123.
- “‘Her Pronouns Wax and Wane’: Psychosocial Disability, Autobiography and Counter-Diagnosis.” Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 3.1 (2009): 11-33.
- “Access Imagined: The Construction of Disability in Conference Policy Documents.” Disability Studies Quarterly 29.1 (2009).
- “Writing From Normal: Critical Thinking and Disability in the Composition Classroom.” Disability and the Teaching of Writing: A Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson & Brenda Jo Brueggemann, with Jay Dolmage. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2008. 56-73.
- “Accessing Disability: A Nondisabled Student Works the Hyphen.” College Composition and Communication 59.1 (2007): 53-76.
- “Purpose, Audience and Engagement in Spelman College’s eFolio Project.” Handbook of Research on E-Portfolios. Ed. Ali Jafari & Catherine Kaufman. Hershey, PA: Idea Group, 2006. 259-272.
- “What You See Is (Not) What You Get: Collaborative Composing in Digital Space.” Co-authored with Anne Bradford Warner. Special issue on visual composing across the curriculum. Ed. Joan Mullin. Across the Disciplines 3 (2005).
- “Beyond ‘Gotcha!’: Situating Plagiarism in Policy and Pedagogy.” College Composition and Communication 54.1 (2002): 88-115.
- “Education.” Keywords for Disability Studies. Ed. Benjamin Reiss, Rachel Adams & David Serlin. New York: New York University Press, 2015. 64-67.
- “In Conversation: The Rhetoric of Disability and Access.” With James L. Cherney. Rhetoric Across Borders. Ed. Anne Teresa Demo. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press, 2015. 274-277.
- “Annotation of ‘Mental Illness and Leadership.'” Bio/politics. Spring 2013.
- “It Shouldn’t Be So Hard.” Inside Higher Education. February 7, 2011.
- “Not That Girl.” Visible: A Femmethology. Ed. Jennifer Clare Burke. Vol. 1. Ypsilanti, MI: Homofactus Press, 2009. 102-109.
- “Disability as Diversity: A Thematic Approach.” CCCC Conversations on Diversity Blog. September 24, 2009.
- “Is Christian Siriano Making a Hot Mess of the Term ‘Tranny’?” Bitch Online. March 14, 2008.
- “Then You’ll Be Straight.” Creative Nonfiction 28 (2006): 84-101.
- “What Is the Purpose of an Electronic Portfolio?” Campus Technology. December 4, 2006.
- “Artificial Assimilation: Representational Politics of the Gayby Boom.” Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture 22 (Fall 2003): 59-67. Reprinted in Critical Encounters with Texts: Finding a Place to Stand, Pearson, 2004 and 2010: 543-554. Reprinted as “Queer and Pleasant Danger” in BitchFest: Ten Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine, Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2006: 232-239.
- “Fear of Theory.” Forum 4.1 (2000): 6-11.
- “Where’s the Butch? On Prime-Time TV’s Embarrassment of Femmes.” Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture 12 (Fall 2000): 48-52, 78.
Reviews and Encyclopedia Entries
- Review of Black Dogs, Blue Words: Depression and Gender in the Age of Self-Care by Kimberly Emmons. JAC 34.1-2 (2014): 324-329.
- Entries on “Depression,” “Melancholy” and “Prozac.” Encyclopedia of American Disability History. Ed. Susan Burch. New York: Facts on File, 2009. 256-57; 605-606; 747.
- “Inversion Therapy: A Review of Crip Theory: Cultural Signs of Queerness and Disability by Robert McRuer.” Nineteenth Century Gender Studies 4.2 (2008).
- “The Author Closet: A Review of Foucault and the Government of Disability edited by Shelly Tremain.” Theory & Event 9 (2006).
- Co-editor with Amy Vidali. Book/film/media review section, Disability Studies Quarterly. Appointed 2010 for three-year term.
- Co-editor with Amy Vidali & Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson. Special issue on “Disability in the Undergraduate Classroom.” Disability Studies Quarterly 28.4 (2008). Includes an introductory essay by the editors; writing by undergraduates working in disability studies; and peer-reviewed articles.
- “Disability Studies.” With Tara Wood and Chelsea Johnson. WPA/CompPile bibliography. Council of Writing Program Administrators.
Fiction & Poetry
- “Fleshly School” & “Fist” (poems). Wordgathering, June 2008.
- “Glass” (poem). Disability Studies Quarterly 28.2 (2008).
- “Collective Memory” and “Stick” (poems). Wordgathering, March 2008.
- “Drinking Saltwater” (poem). Breath & Shadow, November 2007.
- “Gratitude and Cancer” & “Grief for Dummies” (poems). Breath & Shadow, March 2007. Nominated for Pushcart Prize.
- “Slime Molds Have Eleven Sexes” (poem). The Gay & Lesbian Review, November/December 2003.
- “Jericho” (short story). Scribner’s Best of the Fiction Workshops. Ed. Alice Hoffman. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997. 17-35. Reprinted in Ms. magazine, March/April 1997: 84-89.