The Professional Counselor: A Process Guide to Helping. Harold Hackney, Sherry Cormier. 2008, Pearson Higher Education.
Louise Wilkinson, Morrow, L., & Chou, V., (eds.) Improving Literacy Achievement in Urban Schools: Critical Elements in Teacher Preparation. Newark, DL: International Reading Association. 2008, International Reading Association.
Includes: Louise Wilkinson, Morrow, L. & Chou, V. (2008). “Policy, research and socio-cultural issues affecting the preparation of teachers of reading in urban settings.”
Louise Wilkinson & Silliman, E., (2008). “Academic language proficiency and literacy instruction in urban settings.”
The Digital Pencil: One-to-One Computing for Children. Jing Lei. September 2007, Routledge
Kohler, C., Silliman, E., Bahr, R. Apel, K., & Louise Wilkinson. (2007). African-American English and performance on spelling and phonemic awareness tasks. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. May, 216 (2) (157-168.)
Silliman, E. & Louise Wilkinson. (2007). Language and literacy learning in schools. New York: The Guilford Press.
Silliman, E.R. & Louise Wilkinson: Collaboration for language and literacy learning: The three challenges.
Silliman, E.R. & Louise Wilkinson: Putting Humpty Dumpty together again: What’s right with Betsy.
Widening the Circle: The Power of Inclusive Classrooms. Mara Sapon-Shevin, March 2007, Beacon Press
Michael Gill. “The Disabled Male Gaze: Expressions of Desire and Emotion in Rory O’Shea Was Here.” Disability Studies Quarterly, Fall 2006.
Reading Resistance: Discourses of Exclusion in Desegregation and Inclusion Debates. Beth Ferri, April 2006.
Michael Gill. “The Myth of Transition: Contractualizing Disability in the Sheltered Workshop.” Disability and Society. 20(6): October 2005: 613-623.
Autism and the Myth of the Person Alone. Douglas Biklen, August 2005.
Come Look With Me: Discovering African American Art for Children. James H. Rolling, Jr. Charlesbridge, 2005.
Silliman, E.R. & Louise Wilkinson (2004). Policy and practice imperatives for language and literacy learning: Who will be left behind? In B. Ehren, E. Silliman, B. Shulman, & A. Stone (Eds.) Handbook of language and literacy development and disorders. New York: The Guilford Press.
Michael Gill. “Disability Counter Narratives: Transforming Ideas Among High School Students.” Disability Studies Quarterly. Fall 2004.
Michael Gill. “Review of The Secret Life of Stories: From Don Quixote to Harry Potter, How Understanding Intellectual Disability Transforms the Way We Read by Michael Berube.” Disability Studies Quarterly 37(1)
Silliman, E.R., Bahr, R.H., Louise Wilkinson, & Turner, C.R. (2002). Language variation and struggling readers: Finding patterns in diversity. In K.G. Butler & E.R. Silliman (eds.), Speaking, reading, and writing of children with language learning disabilities: New paradigms in research and practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. pp. 109-148.
Silliman, E., Bahr, R., Beasman, J. & Louise Wilkinson. (2000). Scaffolds for learning to read in an inclusion classroom. Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 20, 265-279.
Louise Wilkinson & Silliman, E. (2000). Classroom language and literacy learning. In M. Kamil, P.B. Mosenthal, P.D. Pearson, R. Barr (eds.) Handbook of reading research, Vol. III. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. (pp. 337-360).
Silliman, E., Jimerson, T. & Louise Wilkinson. (2000). A dynamic systems approach to writing assessment in students with language learning problems. Topics in Language Disorders. 20(4), 45-64.