Fritsch, Kelly, Aimi Hamraie, Mara Mills, and David Serlin. Forthcoming, 2019. “Crip Technoscience.” Special issue of Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience.
Fritsch, Kelly, and Anne McGuire. 2018. “Queer/Crip Contagions.” Special Issue of Feminist Formations. 30(1): vii-247.
reese simpkins and Kelly Fritsch. 2017. “The Somatechnics of Sexuality in Canada.” Special Issue of Somatechnics. 7(2): 171-325.
Fritsch, Kelly, Clare O’Connor, and AK Thompson, eds. 2016. Keywords for Radicals: The Contested Vocabulary of Late-Capitalist Struggle. Chico, CA: AK Press. 576 pp.
Refereed Journal Articles
Fritsch, Kelly. 2018. “The ‘Bio’ Politics of Matter and Mattering for Feminist Engagements with Biosocial, Biocultural, and Posthuman Embodiment.” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2016. “Blood Functions: Disability, Biosociality and Facts of the Body.” Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 10(3): 341-356.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2016. “Cripping Neoliberal Futurity: Marking the Elsewhere and Elsewhere of Desiring Otherwise.” Feral Feminisms 5(Spring): 11-26.
Fritsch, Kelly, Robert Heynen, Amy Ross, and Emily van der Meulen. 2016 “Disability and Sex Work: Developing Affinities through Decriminalization.” Disability & Society 31(1): 84-99.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2015. “Gradations of Debility and Capacity: Biocapitalism and the Neoliberalization of Disability Relations.” Canadian Journal of Disability Studies 4 (2): 12-48.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2015. “Desiring Disability Differently: Neoliberalism, Heterotopic Imagination and Intracorporeal Reconfigurations.” Foucault Studies 19: 43-66.
Nguyen, Xuan Thuy, Claudia Mitchell, Naydene de Lange, and Kelly Fritsch. 2015. “Engaging girls with disabilities in Vietnam: Making their voices count.” Disability & Society 30(5): 773–787.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2013. “Neoliberal Circulation of Good Affects: Happiness, Accessibility, and the Capacitation of Disability.” Health, Culture and Society 5 (1): 135-149.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2013. “On the Negative Possibility of Suffering: Adorno, Feminist Philosophy and the Transfigured Crip to Come.” Disability Studies Quarterly 33(4).
Fritsch, Kelly. 2010. “Intimate Assemblages: Disability, Intercorporeality, and the Labour of Attendant Care.” Critical Disability Discourse 2: 1- 14.
McGuire, Anne and Kelly Fritsch. Under review. “Fashioning the ‘Normal’ Body.” In Power and Everyday Practices edited by Deborah Brock, Aryn Martin, R. Raby, and Mark Thomas. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Fritsch, Kelly. Under review. “Ramping Up Canadian Disability Culture.” In The Spaces and Places of Canadian Popular Culture, edited by Neil Shyminsky and Victoria Kannen. Canadian Scholars Press.
Fritsch, Kelly. Under review. “The Trouble with Engineering Inclusion: Disabled Mothering at the limit of Enhancement Technology.” In Motherhood and Social Exclusion, edited by Christie Byvelds and Heather Jackson. Demeter Press.
Fritsch, Kelly. Forthcoming. “Governing Lives Worth Living: The Neoliberal Biopolitics of Disability.” In Re-Making Normal: Governing the Social in Neoliberal Times, edited by Deborah Brock. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2017. “Toxic Pregnancies: Speculative Futures, Disabling Environments, and Neoliberal Biocapital.” In Disability Studies and the Environmental Humanities: Toward an Eco-Crip Theory, edited by Sarah Jaquette Ray and Jay Sibara, 359-380. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2017. “Contesting the Neoliberal Affects of Disabled Parenting: Towards a Relational Emergence of Disability.” In Disabling Domesticity, edited by Mike Rembis, 243-268. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2016. “Accessible.” In Keywords for Radicals: The Contested Vocabulary of Late-Capitalist Struggle, edited by Kelly Fritsch, Clare O’Connor, and AK Thompson, 23-28. Chico, CA: AK Press.
Fritsch, Kelly. Forthcoming. “Body Enhancement.” In American Life: An Encyclopedia of Concepts, Policies, and Controversies, edited by Tamar Heller, Sarah Parker Harris, Carol Gill, and Robert Parry Gould. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2017. Review of Kelly, Christine (2016) Disability Politics and Care: The Challenge of Direct Funding. Vancouver: UBC Press. Disability Studies Quarterly 37(1).
Fritsch, Kelly. 2016. Review of Block, Pamela, et al. (2016) Occupying Disability: Critical Approaches to Community, Justice, and Decolonizing Disability. New York: Springer. Somatechnics 6(2): 264–268.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2015. Review of Don Kulick and Jens Rydström (2015) Loneliness and Its Opposite: Sex, Disability, and the Ethics of Engagement, Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Feminist Review 111, e3–e4.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2014. Review of Robert McRuer and Anna Mallow’s (2012) Sex and Disability, Durham, NC: Duke University. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies 3(1): 1–6.
Fritsch, Kelly and Anne McGuire. 2018. “The Biosocial Politics of Queer/Crip Contagions.” Guest editors’ Introduction. Feminist Formations 30(1): vii-xiv.
Fritsch, Kelly and reese simpkins. 2017. “Reoccupying Desire.” Guest editors’ Introduction. Somatechnics 7(2): 171-181.
Hamraie, Aimi and Kelly Fritsch. 2017. “Crip Technoscience.” Transmissions: An SSS Companion Blog. September 20. http://sites.library.queensu.ca/transmissions/crip-technoscience/
Fritsch, Kelly. 2016. “Cripping Concepts: Accessibility.” Editorial. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal 12(4): 1-4.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2015. “Keywords for Radicals: A Work in Progress.” Interview with AK Press.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2014. “Beyond the wheelchair: Rethinking the politics of disability and accessibility.” Briarpatch Magazine March/April.
Fritsch, Kelly. 2010. “Occupy Everything: A Roundtable on US Student Occupations.” Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action 10: 165–179.
Fritsch, Kelly, and Eli Clare. 2009. “Resisting Easy Answers: Intersectional Politics and Multi-Issue Organizing, An Interview with Eli Clare.” Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action 9: 45–59.
Fritsch, Kelly with Garth Mullins, Rachel Neumann, Stephanie Guilloud, and Eddie Yuen. 2009. “Out of the Shadows: Ten-Year Reflections on Seattle.” Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action 9: 123–139.