Dr. Zana Lutfiyya’s Publications & Research, July 2011-12
PUBLICATIONS / CREATIVE WORKS / ADDRESSES
Books & Contributions to Books & Monographs
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (2012). Wolf Wolfensberger and his impact in Manitoba (pp.116-119). In the Voice of People with Disabilities: Making a Difference in Manitoba. The Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities. Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (2011). Case Commentary #3. In Gordon Porter and Déirdre Smith (Eds.), (pp. 36-37). Exploring inclusive educational practices through professional inquiry. Sense Publishers. Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Schwartz, K.D., & Lutfiyya, Z.M. (In Press). Beyond idiocy: Exploring the changing perceptions of people with intellectual disabilities through Manitoba legal discourse. For Nancy Hansen (Ed.). Untold stories: Disability history in Canada.
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (In Submission). Closing an institution: The last chapter of the Pelican Lake Training Centre. For Nancy Hansen (Ed.) Untold stories: Disability history in Canada.
Contributions to Refereed Professional Journals
Kaufert, J., Schwartz, K.D., Wiebe, R., Derksen, J., Lutfiyya, Z.M., Reichert, D. (In preparation). Ethical safe space in end of life ethics.
Wilson, Heidi, Bialk, Philip, Freeze, Trevi Bea, Freeze, R., & Lutfiyya, Z.M. (In press). Heidi’s and Philip’s stories: Transitions to postsecondary education. British Journal of Learning Difficulties.
Schwartz, K.D., & Lutfiyya, Z.M. (2012). “In pain and waiting to die”: Everyday understandings of suffering. Palliative and supportive care (10), 27-36. Cambridge University Press. DOI: 10. 1017/S147895 15110005551.
Contributions to Non-Refereed Professional Journals
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (1991/2004/2012). The importance of friendships between people with and without disabilities. Arlington, TX: ARC Facts. Translated into German and republished on the Internet WIBS-WirInformieven und Beraten Selbst (Austria). Retrieved from <http: www.selbstbestimmt-leben.net> Reprinted in Lebenshilfe in Eigener Sache: Freundschaften. (2012) (1), pp. 14-18.
Papers in Conference Proceedings (Published)
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (September 2011). ‘Seeing is believing’: How media portrayals affect belonging in the community. Paper presented at the 5th International Social Role Valorization (SRV) Conference. Canberra, Act, Australia.
Research, Contract & Technical Reports
Lutfiyya, Z.M., & Regehr, C. (March 2012). External Review of the PhD Program in the Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB.
Lutfiyya, Z.M., & Schwartz, K.D. (2012). People with intellectual disabilities: Historical disadvantage and the significance of a home in the community. Technical report prepared for the Public Interest Law Centre, Legal Aid Manitoba.
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (November 2011). Research theme: Social Valuation of people with disabilities. Research Findings, IT. Document. VP-NET. www.vp-net.ca
Radio, Television, Theatrical/Concert Performances & Exhibitions
Chochinov, H.M., Stienstra, D., Lutfiyya, Z.M., & Kaufert, J. (2012). Claiming language: Three video presentations [Videos]. www.Youtube.com
Unpublished Papers presented at Conferences/Symposia/Colloquia
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (April 2012). ‘Seeing is believing’: How media portrayals affect belonging in the community. Presentation to the Faculty of Education Brown Bag Research Series.
Chochinov, H.M., Stienstra, D., Lutfiyya, Z.M., & Kaufert, J. (January 20, 2012). Good palliative care for all: Findings from the VP-NET CIHR Grant. Public presentation at the Calgary Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.
Chochinov, H.M., Stienstra, D., Lutfiyya, Z.M., & Kaufert, J. (January 12, 2012). Good palliative care for all: Findings from the VP-NET CIHR Grant. Public Presenation at the Manitoba Legislature, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Lutfiyya, Z.M. (November 11, 2011). Moderator: The legacy of Wolf Wolfensberger. Center on Human Policy 40th Anniversary Celebration. Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.
RESEARCH, SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY, AND TEACHING & SERVICE GRANT / CONTRACT APPLICATIONS AND AWARDS
June 2011 – October 2011. Lutfiyya, Z.M., & Schwartz, K.D. $5,000.00. People with intellectual disabilities: Historical disadvange and the significance of a home in the community. Contract from the Public Interest Law Centre, Legal Aid Manitoba.