Public-Facing Publications


Accessible Japan’s Tokyo (2020): All You Need to Know About Traveling to Tokyo With A Disability. Independently Published. 209 pp. (Co-author: Josh Grisdale), December 2019

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

Dealing with Discrimination? Mental Health Suffering? Let’s Make The Time To Talk,” The Japan Times (Co-author: Baye McNeil), July 2021

Sagamihara stabbings highlight discrimination and abuse people with disabilities face in Japan,” Japan Today (Co-author: Michael Peckitt), July 2020

Facing the COVID–19 Crisis With a Disability: If One Person Is Left Behind, it Could Prove Disasterous For All,” The Japan Times (Co-author: Michael Peckitt), March 2020

Disability Doesn’t Define A Criminal Suspect: Linking Mental Illness/Violence Tarnishes an Entire Community,” The Japan Times (Co-author: Michael Peckitt), August 2019

An Olympics Crowdsourcing Project May Be The Answer to Making Japan A More Accessible Country,” The Japan Times, May 2019

Blog Posts (Selected)

Empathy, Equity, and Mutual Empowerment: Lessons to Learn from Disability Studies During a Pandemic in Japan and Australia,” Critical Asian Studies Commentary Board (Co-author: Carolyn S. Stevens), May 2021

Accessing Academia: (Self)Advocacy and Study Abroad with a Disability,” Disabled Academic Collective, September 2020

Creating Inclusive Courses: Five Strategies for Access,” Humane Humanities, December 2019

A Pilgrim’s Tale: Religion, Ritual, and Disability in Japan,” Accessible Japan, May 2019

Robots and Remote Work for Persons with Disabilities,” Accessible Japan, December 2018