Just Movements CreateSpace
Co-director - http://www.just-movements.com/
Research Publications (selected)
- Peers, D., Eales, L., Jones, K., Acharya, H., Toth, A., & Richman-Eisenstat, J. (2021). Singing and dancing with neuromuscular conditions: A mixed methods study. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1123/apaq.2020-0133 (30% research and writing).
- Eales, L., & Peers, D. (2021). Care haunts, hurts, heals: The promiscuous poetics of queer crip Mad care. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 25(3), 163-181. 10.1080/10894160.2020.1778849 (50% research and writing).
- Goodwin, D., & Eales, L. (2020). Trauma-informed pedagogy: Rethinking the use of graduated instructional prompts in inclusive physical education. Palaestra, 34(2), 43-48. (30% research).
- Recollet, K., Boye, S., Preston, V. K., Willkie, A., Björg Olafson, F., Eales, L., Alcedo, P., Thompson, M. J.. Moss, M., Gerecke, A., & Fogarty Woehrel, M. (2019). Forum: Turning around dance research. Performance Matters, 5(1), 182-190. http://performancematters-thejournal.com/index.php/pm/issue/view/9
- Spencer-Cavaliere, N., Peers, D., & Eales, L. (2019). Disability language in Adapted Physical Education: What is the story? In Haegele, J.A., Hodge, S. R., & Shapiro, D. (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Adapted Physical Education (pp. 131-143). London, UK: Routledge.
- Acton, K. & Eales, L. (2018). Ballet for all bodies? Tensions in teaching ballet technique within an integrated dance context. In P. Markula & M. Clark (Eds.), The Evolving Feminine Ballet Body (pp. 151-170). Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta Press.
- Eales, L. (2018). Making Mad Home and other love stories: Mad performative autoethnography, collaborative research-creation, and Mad-accessible trauma-informed practice. Retrieved from ERA: Education and Research Archive. https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-hk8v-9m36
- Eales, L. & Peers, D. (2018). Border score: Choreographies of crip and mad travel. Canadian Theatre Review, 176, 48-52. https://doi.org/10.3138/ctr.176.008
- Peers, D., Eales, L., Spencer-Cavaliere, N., (2018). Narrating ourselves and our movements: Terminology and political possibility. In S. Carraro (Ed.) Alter-habilitas: Perceptions of disability among people (pp. 25-40). Verona, Italy: Alteritas.
- Peers, D. & Eales, L. (2018). “Stand up” for exclusion? Queer pride, ableism and inequality. In Hobbs, M. & Rice, C. (Eds.) Gender and Women's Studies: Critical Terrain (2nd ed., pp. 257-260). Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars Press. (see also: p. 39-41 in https://tlss.uottawa.ca/site/diversity-genre/2b_Smith_and_Jaffer_2012.pdf)
- Peers, D., & Eales, L. (2017). Moving materiality: People, tools, and this thing called disability. Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal, 2, 101-125. https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/ari/index.php/ari/article/view/29236/21363
- Eales, L. (2016). “Come on people, do something”: The performance of social justice through integrated dance. In C. Kelly & M. Orsini (Eds.), Mobilizing metaphor: Art, culture and disability activism in Canada (pp. 141-161). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
- Eales, L. (2016). Loose Leaf. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 5(3), 58-76. https://doi.org/10.15353/cjds.v5i3.297
- Eales, L., & Peers, D. (2016). Moving adapted physical activity: The possibilities of arts-based research. Quest, 68, 55-68. https://doi.org/10.1080/00336297.2015.1116999
- Loewen Walker, R., Peers, D., & Eales, L. (2016). New constellations: Lived diffractions on dis/ability and dance. In C. Taylor & H. Sharp (Eds.), Bios: Feminist philosophies of life (pp. 129-145). Montreal, QC: McGill-Queens University Press.
- Eales, L. & Goodwin, D. (2015). “We all carry each-other sometimes”: Care-sharing as social justice practice in integrated dance. Leisure/Loisir. 39, 277-298. https://doi.org/10.1080/14927713.2015.1086584
- Peers, D., Spencer-Cavaliere, N., & Eales, L. (2014). Say what you mean: Rethinking disability language in Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 31, 265-282. https://doi.org/10.1123/apaq.2013-0091
- Avner, A., Bridel, W., Eales, L., Glenn, N., Loewen Walker, R., & Peers, D. (2014). Moved to messiness: Physical activity, feelings, and transdisciplinarity. Emotion, Space and Society, 12, 55-62. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emospa.2013.11.002
- Eales, L. (2013). (Dis)quiet in the Peanut Gallery: A transformative performance ethnography on integrated dance. Retrieved from ERA: Education and Research Archive. https://doi.org/10.7939/R3959CG8G
- Eales, L., & Goodwin, D. (in final revisions). Addressing trauma in adaptive physical activity: A call to reflexion and action. Submitted to Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. 32 p.
- McGuire-Adams, T., Joseph, J., Peers, D., Eales, L., Bridel, W., Hamdon, E., & Kingsley, B. (submitted). Awakening to elsewheres: Collectively restorying embodied experiences of (be)longing. Sociology of Sport Journal. 31 p.
- Peers, D., Sheppard, A., Eales, L., & Schenk, A. (submitted). Inclinations: Dancing ramps, disability, and multiplicities through research-creation. Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal. 20 min Dance-on-video plus video discussion with creators.