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Selected Publications

Easy reading:

Spirit, submission, power, and abuse: A response to teaching on female submission and the scourge of domestic violence“, St Mark’s Review, 72, 2018.

Husbands Should Not Break: a Memoir about the Pursuit of Happiness after Spinal Cord Injury (Eugene, OR: Resource Publications, Wipf and Stock, 2015).

“Disability in the dark side of the positivity myth,” ABC Religion and ethics, September 2014.

“God, suffering, and Stephen Fry,” ABC religion and ethics, February 2015.

“A quadriplegic’s response to the Tim Bowers story,” (a critique of assisted suicide) ABC The Drum, November 2013.

Scholarly:

The Spirit and disabled empowerment, S Clifton, GEC Wells, The Routledge Handbook of Pentecostal Theology 2020.

Lived Expertise and the Development of a Framework for Tracking the Social Determinants, Health, and Wellbeing of Australians with Disability, S Clifton, N Fortune, G Llewellyn, RJ Stancliffe, P Williamson, Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research 22 (1) 2020

The Disability and Wellbeing Monitoring Framework: data, data gaps, and policy implications
N Fortune, H Badland, S Clifton, E Emerson, J Rachele, RJ Stancliffe, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 44 (3), 227-232 1 2020.

The ableism elephant in the academy: A study examining academia as informed by Australian scholars with lived experience, D Mellifont, J Smith-Merry, H Dickinson, G Llewellyn, S Clifton, J Ragen, Disability & Society 34 (7-8), 1180-1199

Clifton, Shane (2018). Crippled Grace: Disability, Virtue Ethics, and the Good Life. Studies in Religion, Theology & Disability series, Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press.

Faith, spirituality, and living the good life with quadriplegia.S Clifton, G Llewellyn, T ShakespearePsychology of Religion and Spirituality

Clifton, S, Llewellyn, G. and Shakespeare, T. (2018). “Quadriplegia, virtue theory, and flourishing: a qualitative study drawing on self-narratives”. Disability and Society, . | External link

“Disability, theodicy, and fragility,” Theological Studies, Vol 76.4 (Dec 2015): 765-784.

“NDIS, the disabled voice, and the church,” St Mark’s Review, No 232 (July 2015): 65 –80 ( available here).

“Grieving My Broken Body: An Autoethnographic Account of Spinal Cord Injury as an Experience of Grief.” Disability and Rehabilitation, 36:21 (2014): 1823-1829.

“The Dark Side of Healing: Toward a Theology of Well-Being” Pneuma (accepted for publication, 2014).

“Spinal-Cord Injury and the Joy of Work” (2013), Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, (July 2013).

“Happiness and Spinal-Cord Injury: A Journey through Traditions of Virtue to Positive Psychology,” Journal of Religion Disability and Health (2013).

“Free-Market Religion: a Pentecostal Approach to Economics,” in Oxford Handbook of Christianity and Economics, edited by Paul Oslington (Oxford: Oxford University press, 2014) (available here)

“Ecumenism from the bottom up”, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 47:4, Fall 2012: 544 – 561.

Husbands Should Not Break: a Memoir about the Pursuit of Happiness after Spinal Cord Injury (Eugene, OR: Resource Publications, Wipf and Stock, 2015).

Raising Women Leaders, edited by Shane Clifton and Jacqueline Grey, Sydney: APS, 2010.

“Sexism and the Demonic in Church Life and Mission” in Raising Women Leaders, edited by Shane Clifton and Jacqueline Grey, Sydney: APS, 2010.

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