Juliette Lynn de Wolfe
B.A., M.Ed, George Mason University
M.A., Ph.D., Teachers College
Disability studies, special education programming, special education policy, autism spectrum disorders, family studies
November 2013 - American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL
Presented paper Combating Isolation With Online Connections: How Autism Parents Build Online Communities
October 2013 - Teachers College Conference On the Future of Anthropology in
Schools of Education, New York, NY
Presented paper Difficult Conversations about Race Between Aspiring School Leaders
November 2012 - American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA
Presented paper Creating Dialogue about Individual Differences In Anthropology and Bioethics Curricula: A Case Study of Autism
April 2011-The Society for Applied Anthropology, Seattle, WA
Presented paper Doing the Ethnography of Autism
February 2011-Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA
Presented paper Learning and Living the Medical Model Through Everyday Interactions with Institutions
November 2010-American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA
Presented poster Webs of Significance: Exploring a Web of Autism
FC de Wolfe, J. Parents of Children with Autism: An Ethnography. Palgrave Press.
2013 de Wolfe, J. Working with Parents of Urban Learners with Special Needs. In Urban
Special Education: The New York Experience. Christopher Yawn and Festus Obiakor, eds. Kendall-Hunt.
IP de Wolfe, J. Culture and Autism Spectrum Disorders. The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Ed.
IP Varenne, H. and de Wolfe, J. Living with Autism - A Sketch in Six Conceits. Department of Anthropology, Teachers College.
2013 de Wolfe, J. Cultivating Community through Mis-Information. Anthropology
News Online. Available at http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2013/04/11/cultivating-community-through-mis-information/.
2013 de Wolfe, J. Between Being Wrong and Right - Figuring it Out. Anthropology News Online. Available at http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2013/02/15/between-being-wrong-and-right-figuring-it-out/.
2012 de Wolfe, J. Thou Shalt Not Kill: Addressing Murder Through Direct Instruction. Anthropology News 53(10).
2012 de Wolfe, J. Closing the Interest Gap. Anthropology News 53(8).
2012 de Wolfe, J. New Orleans Education: Using Choice to Stack the Decks? Anthropology News 53(7).