Preston, Jeff. “COVID-19 Vaccine Priority for People with Neurologic and Rare Diseases”. Directions (National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Supplies) 2023.
Preston, Jeff. “Never Go Full Potato: Discourses of Cognitivism, Ableism and Sexism in “I Can Count to Potato” Memes” in Handbook of Disability & Communication. Ed. Michael Jeffress. (Palgrave) 2023.
Preston, Jeff and Lindsay Rath-Paille. “How He Got His Scars: Exploring Madness and Mental Health in Filmic Representations of the Joker” in Societies (special issue on Disability and the Media) 2023.
“A Conversation on Universal Design in Learning.” Keynote discussion for the Center of Teaching and Learning, Queen’s University, 2023.
“The Disability Problem.” Keynote address, Elections Canada, Ottawa, 2022.
“Crip Principles.” Keynote address, Citizens with Disabilities-Ontario AGM, Online, 2022.
“Paupers, Paper and Prognosis.” Keynote address for the Center for Teaching and Learning, Western University, 2022.
Gerald Pfeffer, Sarah Jacobs and Jeff Preston. “COVID-19 Vaccine Priority for People with Neurologic and Rare Diseases”. Journal of Neurology Research. April, 2021.
“They See Me Rollin’, They Hatin’: Discourses on Disability, Race and Masculinity in the Wheelchair Drake Meme” in Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. (University of Waterloo) 2021.
“Considering Complex Lives, Value and COVID-19” in Voices From the Margins of a Crisis. Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion. 2020.
“Normalcy Nonsense.” Keynote address for AccessAbility Week, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, 2021.Testimony on Government Response to COVID-19 for Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities, Ottawa, 2020.
“Disabling Didactics.” Workshop facilitation at YMCA Academy, Toronto, 2019.
“Representing Down syndrome in CDSS’s Endangered Species viral marketing campaign.” Keynote lecture for Child Health Research Day, Schulich Medicine & Dentistry at Western University, 2019.
“Centering Disability Experience & Knowledge.” Panel chair & presenter, Canadian Disability Studies Association @ Congress 2019.
“Parking Stalled: Thoughts on Policy Development & Disability. “Keynote address at University of Guelph Accessibility Conference, 2018.
“You’re Sick But I Can Help.” Speaker at TEDxWestern, London, ON, 2018.
“A Virology of Normalcy.” Keynote address Motion Specialties National Conference, Niagara-on-the-Lake, 2018.
“I’m Gonna Disable Your Child: Rethinking Disability & Education.” Keynote address at the Universal Design in Learning Event, Centennial College, 2017.
“Cripping the Classroom: Disability & Education.” Workshop at the Advanced Learning Conference, Humber College, 2016.
Preston, Jeffrey. The Fantasy of Disability. (Routledge) 2016.
Haller, Beth and Jeffrey Preston. “Confirming Normalcy: ‘Inspiration Porn’ and the Construction of the Disabled Subject” in Disability and Social Media. Eds. Kate Ellis, Mike Kent. (Ashgate Publishers) 2016.
“Crisis Social Media Lessons by Aubrey ‘Drake’ Graham.” Workshop at the #PSEWEB: Canadian University & College Digital Marketing Conference, Toronto, 2016.
“Battle Lines Drawn: Creative resistance to ableism through online media” in Canadian Disability Activism Beyond the Charter: Locating cultural and artistic interventions. Eds. Christine Kelly, Michael Orsini. (University of British Columbia Press) 2016.
“Battle Lines Drawn.” Paper presented at the Society for Disability Studies Conference, Minneapolis, 2014.
“Fantasizing Disability: Representations of Loss and Limitation in Popular Television and Film.” Paper presented at the Society of Disability Studies Conference, Orlando, 2013
“The Political Economy of Disability.” Paper presented at the Society of Disability Studies Conference, Denver, 2012
“Corporal Capital: Corporate Bodies in Avatar and RoboCop.” Paper presented at the ESA Conference, City University of New York, New York, 2012
Preston, Jeffrey. “Why Organizations Need to be Proactive on Accessibility.” Public Sector Digest. Nov 1 2012. Web.
“The Medical Industrial Complex: A Political Economy of Healthcare in Canada.” Paper presented at the Reclaiming Our Bodies and Minds Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, 2011
“Technological Virility, Cyborg Infertility: Adaptation in Top Gun and Born on the 4th of July.” Paper presented at the International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, Boston, 2008
“Digital Freedom: Cyber Athletics and Disability.” Paper presented at the International Society for Science, Technology and Society Conference, Baltimore, 2007
“The Myth of Disability: Representations of Disability.” Paper presented to the Illusions of Identity Conference, Western University, London, ON 2006