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Cagulada, E. (2024). Articulations of an institution: Attending to disability narrated as site of emergency. Journal of Critical Study of Communication and Disability. 

Cagulada, E., & Titchkosky, T. (2024). An urgent pause: Facing the intertwined constitution of race and disability. In Goodley, D., Halsey, R., Scully, J., Singh, S., Titchkosky, T. and Wong, M.E. (Eds.). The Disability Matters Scholarship Collection. Sheffield: University of Sheffield.

Cagulada, E., & Esteban, J. M. (2023). In, against, and beyond the Ivory: Dreams of belonging otherwise through wonder and embodied poetry. TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. doi:10.3138/top a-2023-0010

Cagulada, E. (2022). The infinity of the encounter: Storying deafness, disability, race, and the sound of story. In T. Titchkosky, E. Cagulada, M. DeWelles (Eds.), DisAppearing: Encounters in Disability Studies. Canadian Scholar’s Press.

Titchkosky, T., Cagulada, E., & De Welles, M. (Eds.) with Gold, E. (2022). DisAppearing: Encounters in Disability Studies. Canadian Scholar’s Press.


Esteban, J. M., Cagulada, E., Kim, P., & McDermott, D. (2023). Troubling dance film: A documentation of Panalangin seeks us. Spectator, 43(2), 42-47. 


Cagulada, E., & Esteban, J. M. (2022). Belonging. Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, 18(4).

Cagulada, E., & DeWelles, M. (2022). The sounds of memory: Troubling the professionalization of knowledge through Black women’s memoir and interpretive disability studies. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood.


Cagulada, E. (2022). For Dana and her ancestors: A poetic emergence from Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred. New Sociology: Journal of Critical Praxis.


Cagulada, E. (2020). A self in thirds. Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry, 12(1), 5-7.


Cagulada, E. (2020). Persistence, art, and survival. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 9(4).


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