Chris Chapman

School of Social Work

Assistant Professor

Office: Ross Building, S852
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 23082
Emailchap@yorku.ca

Degrees

Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology and Equity Studies in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto
Magisteriate of Social Work, York University
Bachelor of Social Work, Dalhousie University

All Publications

Books

Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman & Allison C. Carey (2014). Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the US and Canada. . New York:Palgrave Macmillan Disability Incarcerated facebook

Book Chapters

Chris Chapman. "Five centuries’ material reforms and ethical reformulations of social elimination. Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada, edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison Carey, pp. 25-44. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.2014.

Chris Chapman, Liat Ben-Moshe, and Allison C. Carey, “Reconsidering confinement: Interlocking locations and logics of confinement.”Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada, edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison Carey, pp. 3-24. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.2014.

Allison C. Carey, Liat Ben-Moshe and Chris Chapman “An overview of Disability Incarcerated.” Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada,edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison Carey, pp. ix-xiv. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.2014.

Chris Chapman. "Becoming perpetrator: How I came to accept restraining and confining disabled Aboriginal children." Psychiatry Disrupted: Theorizing Resistance and Crafting the (R)evolution, edited by Bonnie Burstow, Brenda LeFrançois and Shaindl Diamond. pp. 16-33. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. 2014.

Journal Articles

Cultivating a troubled consciousness: Compulsory sound-mindedness and complicity in oppression. Health, Culture and Society. Special issue: Translating happiness: Medicine, culture and social progress, 2013, 5(1),182-198.

Chris Chapman, Nazia Hoque, Louise Utting. "Fostering a personal-is-political ethics: Reflexive conversations in social work education." Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice, 2013,(2), 24-50.

Colonialism, disability, and possible lives: The residential treatment of children whose parents survived Indian Residential Schools. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 2012 24(2) 127-158.

Resonance, intersectionality, and reflexivity in critical pedagogy (and research methodology). Social Work Education: The International Journal 2011, 30(7) 723-744.

Dilemmas about ‘taking responsibility’ and cultural accountability in working with men who have abused their female partners. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2007, (4), 58-62.

Conference Proceedings

Using our everyday ethical transgressions as starting points for social justice education. Proceedings of the Twenty-ninth Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education Annual National Conference, pp. 29-34. Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2010.

Becoming perpetrator: How I came to accept restraining and confining disabled Aboriginal children. Proceedings of PsychOUT: A Conference for Organizing Resistance Against Psychiatry. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2010.

Self-reflexive critique and fostering communities of support in education for social change. Proceedings of the Twenty-eighth Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education Annual National Conference, pp. 326-328. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2009.

Conference Papers

What is institutionalization? Power relations and the ‘third space’ of the carceral archipelago. Society for Disability Studies, Minneapolis, MN. 2014.

1840s reforms in colonialism and disablement, and their relevance to imprisonment today. The International Conference on Penal Abolition, Ottawa, ON. 2014.

Navigating power, domination, and collaboration in professional care. Canadian Disability Studies Association St. Catherines, ON. 2014.

Troubled consciousness: Compulsory sound-mindedness and colonial complicity. De-colonizing Disability Theory: Cripping Development Charles University and the University of Vienna, Prague, Czech Republic. 2013.

COS, the settlement house movement, eugenics, and mass incarceration,” Canadian Association for Social Work Education, St. Catherines, ON. 2014

The ‘disability to know:’ Disability Studies readings of critical work on normalized complicity in oppression. Society for Disability Studies Orlando, FL. 2013.

Racism, disablism, and criminalization: Structures of historical narrative and why they matter. Society for Disability Studies. Denver, CO. 2012.

Ethical narratives of political rationalization and perpetration. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Waterloo, ON. 2012.

Disability and incarceration (with A.J. Withers). Breaking Bars, Building Bridges: Challenging the Prison System and Fostering Communities of Support, W-PIRG. Waterloo, ON. 2012.

Collective narrative practice, parallel political journeys, and social work ethics education. International Summer School of Narrative Practice. Toronto, ON. 2010.

Embodiment, différance, and intersectionality in ethics. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Montréal, PQ. 2010.

Crippling narratives and disabling shame: Disability as metaphor, affective dividing practices, and an ethics that might make a difference. The Space Between: Disability in and out of the Counselling Room. Toronto, ON. 2010.

Collective narrative practice as ethics research and education (with Michal Er-el). Toronto Narrative Co-supervision group. Toronto, ON. 2010

What we’ve lived and what we can know about it, as teaching and research (with Michal Er-el). Contested Spaces: The Reorganization of Schooling under Neo-liberalism. Toronto, ON. 2010.

Ethical traditions and understandings of responsibility for abuse. Canadian Domestic Violence Conference. Toronto, ON. 2009.

Liberalism, determinism and discursive positioning in relation to biology, society and others. Society for Disability Studies. Tucson, AZ. 2009.

Ethical practice beyond the Code: Non-performativity, participatory ethics, and discourse analysis. Canadian Association of Social Work Educators. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

The ethics of perpetrating atrocity; the ethics of narrating atrocity. Society for Disability Studies. Tucson, AZ. 2009.

Visual tools for teaching skills of responsibility, accountability, and reflexivity [poster]. Canadian Association of Social Work Educators. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

Spirituality from margin to centre: Decolonizing the colonizer’s secular ‘spirit.’ Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism. Toronto, ON. 2009.

Continuities in the history of what we today call ‘social work.’ Foucault Circle of Canada. St. Catharines, ON. 2009.

What gets accomplished when we reiterate the Addams versus Richmond dialectic? Canadian Association of Social Work Educators. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

Historical flourishings of incarceration, assimilation, and normalization. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

Disability, colonialism, and possible lives: How my helping has been haunted by spectres of eugenics and genocide. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Pro-social skills reconsidered as an ethnocentric and eccentric ‘ethical practice’, institutionalization as a path to future institutionalization, and the inclusion-in-collusion of dissent and heterogeneity. Society for Disability Studies. New York, NY. 2008.

Learning from the past to guide our efforts today: A critique and revision of ethnographic interviewing in the generation of Foucauldian ethics. Renewal, Revision, and Transformation. Toronto, ON. 2008.

Struggling to contextualize and learn from men’s rights discourses. Centre for Media and Culture in Education. Toronto, ON. 2008.

Selected strategies for silencing subaltern speech. Can the Subaltern Speak? Toronto, ON. 2008.

Queering the breeder patriarch: Negotiating orientations and discursive traditions of masculinity. Feminist philosophy, Canadian Philosophical Association. Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Queering the breeder patriarch: Negotiating orientations and discursive traditions of masculinity. Feminist philosophy, Canadian Philosophical Association. Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Public Lectures

Representations of responsibility and irresponsibility: Conflicting accounts of how abuse happens. 2nd Annual Domestic Violence Symposium, Peel Family Mediation Services, Brampton, ON.2013.

Disability and incarceration (with A.J. Withers), Breaking Bars, Building Bridges: Challenging the Prison System and Fostering Communities of Support, W-PIRG, Waterloo, ON.2012.

Creative Works

With this work we struggle: The artisanry of ceramics, weaving and woodwork in Rabinal [50-minute documentary film], Museo Communitario Rabinal Achi, Rabinal, Baja Verapaz, Guatemala. Original Spanish language VHS edition, “Con este trabago estamos luchando: La artesania de la ceramica, del tejido, y de la Madera en Rabinal” released 2003. Digitally remastered DVD with English subtitles released 2013.

Forthcoming

Adversarial allies: Care, harm, and resistance in the helping professions. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 26(2), scheduled to be published mid-year 2014. Christine Kelly and Chris Chapman

Interlocking Oppression and The Birth of Social Work. Co-authored book in progress: Chris Chapman and A.J. Withers

Degrees

Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology and Equity Studies in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto
Magisteriate of Social Work, York University
Bachelor of Social Work, Dalhousie University

All Publications

Books

Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman & Allison C. Carey (2014). Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the US and Canada. . New York:Palgrave Macmillan Disability Incarcerated facebook

Book Chapters

Chris Chapman. "Five centuries’ material reforms and ethical reformulations of social elimination. Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada, edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison Carey, pp. 25-44. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.2014.

Chris Chapman, Liat Ben-Moshe, and Allison C. Carey, “Reconsidering confinement: Interlocking locations and logics of confinement.”Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada, edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison Carey, pp. 3-24. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.2014.

Allison C. Carey, Liat Ben-Moshe and Chris Chapman “An overview of Disability Incarcerated.” Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada,edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison Carey, pp. ix-xiv. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.2014.

Chris Chapman. "Becoming perpetrator: How I came to accept restraining and confining disabled Aboriginal children." Psychiatry Disrupted: Theorizing Resistance and Crafting the (R)evolution, edited by Bonnie Burstow, Brenda LeFrançois and Shaindl Diamond. pp. 16-33. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. 2014.

Journal Articles

Cultivating a troubled consciousness: Compulsory sound-mindedness and complicity in oppression. Health, Culture and Society. Special issue: Translating happiness: Medicine, culture and social progress, 2013, 5(1),182-198.

Chris Chapman, Nazia Hoque, Louise Utting. "Fostering a personal-is-political ethics: Reflexive conversations in social work education." Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice, 2013,(2), 24-50.

Colonialism, disability, and possible lives: The residential treatment of children whose parents survived Indian Residential Schools. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 2012 24(2) 127-158.

Resonance, intersectionality, and reflexivity in critical pedagogy (and research methodology). Social Work Education: The International Journal 2011, 30(7) 723-744.

Dilemmas about ‘taking responsibility’ and cultural accountability in working with men who have abused their female partners. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2007, (4), 58-62.

Conference Proceedings

Using our everyday ethical transgressions as starting points for social justice education. Proceedings of the Twenty-ninth Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education Annual National Conference, pp. 29-34. Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2010.

Becoming perpetrator: How I came to accept restraining and confining disabled Aboriginal children. Proceedings of PsychOUT: A Conference for Organizing Resistance Against Psychiatry. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2010.

Self-reflexive critique and fostering communities of support in education for social change. Proceedings of the Twenty-eighth Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education Annual National Conference, pp. 326-328. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2009.

Conference Papers

What is institutionalization? Power relations and the ‘third space’ of the carceral archipelago. Society for Disability Studies, Minneapolis, MN. 2014.

1840s reforms in colonialism and disablement, and their relevance to imprisonment today. The International Conference on Penal Abolition, Ottawa, ON. 2014.

Navigating power, domination, and collaboration in professional care. Canadian Disability Studies Association St. Catherines, ON. 2014.

Troubled consciousness: Compulsory sound-mindedness and colonial complicity. De-colonizing Disability Theory: Cripping Development Charles University and the University of Vienna, Prague, Czech Republic. 2013.

COS, the settlement house movement, eugenics, and mass incarceration,” Canadian Association for Social Work Education, St. Catherines, ON. 2014

The ‘disability to know:’ Disability Studies readings of critical work on normalized complicity in oppression. Society for Disability Studies Orlando, FL. 2013.

Racism, disablism, and criminalization: Structures of historical narrative and why they matter. Society for Disability Studies. Denver, CO. 2012.

Ethical narratives of political rationalization and perpetration. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Waterloo, ON. 2012.

Disability and incarceration (with A.J. Withers). Breaking Bars, Building Bridges: Challenging the Prison System and Fostering Communities of Support, W-PIRG. Waterloo, ON. 2012.

Collective narrative practice, parallel political journeys, and social work ethics education. International Summer School of Narrative Practice. Toronto, ON. 2010.

Embodiment, différance, and intersectionality in ethics. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Montréal, PQ. 2010.

Crippling narratives and disabling shame: Disability as metaphor, affective dividing practices, and an ethics that might make a difference. The Space Between: Disability in and out of the Counselling Room. Toronto, ON. 2010.

Collective narrative practice as ethics research and education (with Michal Er-el). Toronto Narrative Co-supervision group. Toronto, ON. 2010

What we’ve lived and what we can know about it, as teaching and research (with Michal Er-el). Contested Spaces: The Reorganization of Schooling under Neo-liberalism. Toronto, ON. 2010.

Ethical traditions and understandings of responsibility for abuse. Canadian Domestic Violence Conference. Toronto, ON. 2009.

Liberalism, determinism and discursive positioning in relation to biology, society and others. Society for Disability Studies. Tucson, AZ. 2009.

Ethical practice beyond the Code: Non-performativity, participatory ethics, and discourse analysis. Canadian Association of Social Work Educators. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

The ethics of perpetrating atrocity; the ethics of narrating atrocity. Society for Disability Studies. Tucson, AZ. 2009.

Visual tools for teaching skills of responsibility, accountability, and reflexivity [poster]. Canadian Association of Social Work Educators. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

Spirituality from margin to centre: Decolonizing the colonizer’s secular ‘spirit.’ Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism. Toronto, ON. 2009.

Continuities in the history of what we today call ‘social work.’ Foucault Circle of Canada. St. Catharines, ON. 2009.

What gets accomplished when we reiterate the Addams versus Richmond dialectic? Canadian Association of Social Work Educators. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

Historical flourishings of incarceration, assimilation, and normalization. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Ottawa, ON. 2009.

Disability, colonialism, and possible lives: How my helping has been haunted by spectres of eugenics and genocide. Canadian Disability Studies Association. Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Pro-social skills reconsidered as an ethnocentric and eccentric ‘ethical practice’, institutionalization as a path to future institutionalization, and the inclusion-in-collusion of dissent and heterogeneity. Society for Disability Studies. New York, NY. 2008.

Learning from the past to guide our efforts today: A critique and revision of ethnographic interviewing in the generation of Foucauldian ethics. Renewal, Revision, and Transformation. Toronto, ON. 2008.

Struggling to contextualize and learn from men’s rights discourses. Centre for Media and Culture in Education. Toronto, ON. 2008.

Selected strategies for silencing subaltern speech. Can the Subaltern Speak? Toronto, ON. 2008.

Queering the breeder patriarch: Negotiating orientations and discursive traditions of masculinity. Feminist philosophy, Canadian Philosophical Association. Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Queering the breeder patriarch: Negotiating orientations and discursive traditions of masculinity. Feminist philosophy, Canadian Philosophical Association. Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Public Lectures

Representations of responsibility and irresponsibility: Conflicting accounts of how abuse happens. 2nd Annual Domestic Violence Symposium, Peel Family Mediation Services, Brampton, ON.2013.

Disability and incarceration (with A.J. Withers), Breaking Bars, Building Bridges: Challenging the Prison System and Fostering Communities of Support, W-PIRG, Waterloo, ON.2012.

Creative Works

With this work we struggle: The artisanry of ceramics, weaving and woodwork in Rabinal [50-minute documentary film], Museo Communitario Rabinal Achi, Rabinal, Baja Verapaz, Guatemala. Original Spanish language VHS edition, “Con este trabago estamos luchando: La artesania de la ceramica, del tejido, y de la Madera en Rabinal” released 2003. Digitally remastered DVD with English subtitles released 2013.

Forthcoming

Adversarial allies: Care, harm, and resistance in the helping professions. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 26(2), scheduled to be published mid-year 2014. Christine Kelly and Chris Chapman

Interlocking Oppression and The Birth of Social Work. Co-authored book in progress: Chris Chapman and A.J. Withers