- McGuire, A. (2015). “‘Life worth defending’: An analysis of the ‘War on Autism’ in times of terror”. In Shelley Tremain (ed.) Foucault and the Government of Disability (2nd Edition). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. (In press).
- McGuire, A. (2013). “Buying time: The s/pace of advocacy and the cultural production of autism.” Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. 2.3: 98-124.
- McGuire, A. (2013). “Why disability studies?” ReNew: New College Alumni and Friends Magazine (50th Anniversary Edition): 28-9.
- McGuire, A. (2012). “On the puzzle of autism and the incompleteness of autism awareness.” Journal on Developmental Disabilities. 18.1: 96-100.
- McGuire, A. (2012). “Representing autism: A sociological examination of autism advocacy.” Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture and Social Justice. 35.2: 62-71.
- McGuire, A. & R. Michalko (2011). “Minds between us: Autism, mindblindness and the uncertainty of communication.” Journal of Educational Philosophy and Theory. 43.2: 162–177.
- McGuire, A. (2010). “Disability, non-disability and the politics of mourning: Rethinking the ‘we’.” Disability Studies Quarterly. 30.3/4: np.
Public presentations (selected):
- Public Seminar. “Gradations of vitality: On normative violence and a biopolitics of the ‘spectrum’”. For Ableism and the Question of the Human seminar with co-presenters Dan Goodley, Rinaldo Walcott, Tanya Titchkosky and James Overboe. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. July 2013.
- Public Lecture. “‘Life worth defending’: An analysis of the ‘War on Autism’, the ‘War on Terror’ and the racist and ableist production of threatening ‘types’”, Equity Studies Student Union Disability Studies Week, University of Toronto. March 2012.
- Keynote Lecture. “We have your son…”: Frames of Terror in Advocacy’s War on Autism”, Critical Autism Seminar. Jointly hosted by Sheffield Hallam University and Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. January 2011.