Blind in Early Modern Japan: Disability, Medicine, and Identity. Jingyi Li interviewing Wei Yu Wayne Tan. New Books Network, Nov 29, 2022. https://newbooksnetwork.com/blind-in-early-modern-japan-2.

Disability and Slavery in the Caribbean. “Stefanie Hunt-Kennedy (University of New Brunswick) discusses her new book, Between Fitness and Death: Disability and Slavery in the Caribbean.” Disability History Association Podcast, June 30, 2020. https://dishist.org/?p=1463.

Disability, Material Culture, and Public History. ” Nicole Belolan discusses her work on the material culture of gout in early America, as well as public history, pedagogy, and more!” Disability History Association Podcast, January 31, 2021. https://dishist.org/?p=1622.

Disabled Clerics in the Late Middle Ages: Un/Suitable for Divine Service? Shu Wan interviewing Ninon Dubourg. New Books Network, Apr 22, 2023. https://newbooksnetwork.com/disabled-clerics-in-the-late-middle-ages.

The Malleable Body: Surgeons, Artisans, and Amputees in Early Modern Germany. Jana Byars interviewing Heidi Hausse. New Books Network, Jul 21, 2023. https://newbooksnetwork.com/the-malleable-body.

The Mark of Slavery: Disability, Race, and Gender in Antebellum America. Jerrad Pacatte interviewing Jenifer L. Barclay. New Books Network, Apr 5, 2021. https://newbooksnetwork.com/the-mark-of-slavery.

Medieval Communities and the Mad: Narratives of Crime and Mental Illness in Late Medieval France. Jana Byars interviewing Aleksandra Nicole Pfau. New Books Network, Aug 11, 2023. https://newbooksnetwork.com/medieval-communities-and-the-mad.

Mike Lew on Teenage Dick. Barbara Bogaev interviewing Mike Lew. Shakespeare Unlimited, Folger Shakespeare Library. https://www.folger.edu/podcasts/shakespeare-unlimited/teenage-dick-mike-lew/.

Premodern Disability Histories | Learning How to See Crip: (Non-)Visual Cultures of Disability in the Middle Ages. The Warburg Institute and Bianca Frohne. 17 June 2021. https://warburg.sas.ac.uk/podcasts/premodern-disability-histories-learning-how-see-crip-non-visual-cultures-disability-middle.

Robert O’Hara on Directing Richard III. Robert O’Hara interviewed by Barbara Bogaev. Shakespeare Unlimited, Folger Shakespeare Library. https://www.folger.edu/podcasts/shakespeare-unlimited/robert-ohara-on-directing-richard-iii/.


Chris Langley – Disability in Early Modern Scotland. Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, Dec 11, 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLKZ-BHghvw.

Crip Authority and the Art of Consolation in Renaissance Representations of Disability. Warburg Institute. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgNBUZcdqI0.

Disability and the Tudors: People Hidden in Plain Sight. Phillipa Vincent-Connolly interviewed by Rebecca Rideal. The British Library, Feb 28, 2022. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNSlegFUAmI.

The Future of Medieval Disability Studies: An ACMRS Roundtable. ACMRS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LxL-hCexnY.

New Research and Performance Directions in Premodern Disability Studies. Folger Shakespeare Library. Aug 20, 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=8daIzidweac.

Premodern Disability Histories | Crip Authority and the Art of Consolation in Renaissance Representations of Disability. The Warburg Institute and Elizabeth B. Bearden. Feb 25, 2021. https://warburg.sas.ac.uk/podcasts/premodern-disability-histories-crip-authority-and-art-consolation-renaissance.

Premodern Disability Histories | Disability, the Face and Technologies of Empire. The Warburg Institute and Emily Cock. https://warburg.sas.ac.uk/podcasts/premodern-disability-histories-disability-face-and-technologies-empire.