Scholarly, peer-reviewed articles, books
A state of Ignorance. Nature 2005;434(7033)45.
Allen MP. The Constitution at the threshold of life and death: A suggested approach to accommodate an interest in life and a right to die. American University Law Review 2004;53(5):971-1020.
Angus F, Burakoff R. The percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube: medical and ethical issues in placement. The American Journal of Gastroenterology 2003;98:272-277.
Annas GJ. "Culture of life" politics at the bedside — the case of Terri Schiavo. New England Journal of Medicine 2005;352:1710-1715.
Blendon RJ, Benson JM, Herrmann MJ. The American public and the Terri Schiavo case. Archives of Internal Medicine 2005;165:2580-2584.
Cantor C. On Hastening Death Without Violating Legal and Moral Prohibitions. Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 37.2 (2006): 407-3.
Casarett D, Kapo J, Caplan A. Appropriate use of artificial nutrition and hydration — fundamental principles and recommendations. New England Journal of Medicine 2005;353:2607-2612.
Cassell EJ. The Schiavo case: A medical perspective. Hastings Center Report 2005;35(3):22-23.
Cerminara KL. Critical Essay: Musing on the Need to Convince Some People with Disabilities that End-of-Life Decision-Making Advocates are not Out to get Them. Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 2006;37:343-384.
Cerminara KL. Theresa Marie Schiavo's Long Road to Peace. Routledge. 2006;30(2)101-112.
Clark AE. The Right to Die: The Broken Road from Quinlan to Schiavo. Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 2006;37:385-405.
Cohen E. How Liberalism Failed Terri Schiavo.The Weekly Standard 2005;10(27).http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/005/408ytxle.asp
Colby WH. From Quinlan to Cruzan to Schiavo: What Have We Learned? Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 2006;37:279-296.
Cranford R. Facts, lies and videotapes: The permanent vegetative state and the sad case of Terri Schiavo. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 2005; 33:363-371.
Cranford, Ronald.Terri Schiavo Was Not Disabled. Ethics and Intellectual Disability 9.1 (2005): 1+.
Didion J. The Case of Theresa Schiavo. NY Books. 2009;52(10).
Ditto PH. What Would Terri Want? On the Psychological Challenges of Surrogate Decision Making. Routledg. 2006;30(2)135-148.
Diller L. Fall-out of th Pharma Scandals: The Loss of Doctors' Credibility. The Hastings Center Report. 2005;35(3) 28-29.
Doukas DJ. "Family" in advance care planning: The family covenant in the wake of Terri Schiavo.Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 2005;33:372-374.
Dresser R. Schiavo:3 A hard case makes questionable law. Hastings Center Report, May-June 2004, 8-9. http://www.thehastingscenter.org/pdf/publications/hcr_may_jun_2004_at_law.pdf (requires subscription).
Dresser R. Schiavo's legacy: The need for an objective standard. Hastings Center Report 2005;35(3):20-22.
Eidelman S, Drake S. Not Yet Dead.Ethics and Intellectual Disability 2005;9(1)1-3.
Eisenberg D. Should Terri Schiavo live or die? Aish HaTorah 2003; http://www.aish.com/societyWork/sciencenature/Should_Terri_Schiavo_Live_or_Die$.asp
Eisenberg JB. Using Terri: The Religious Right's Conspiracy to Take Away Our Rights. New York: Harper Collins, 2005.
Finucane TE, Christmas C, Travis K. Tube feeding in patients with advanced dementia: A review of the evidence. Journal of the American Medical Association 1999;282:1365-1370.
Goodman KW. Ethics schmethics: The Schiavo case and the culture wars. University of Miami Law Review 2007;61(3):863-870.
Goodman KW, ed. The Case of Terri Schiavo. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Gostin LO. Ethics, the Constitution, and the dying process: The case of Theresa Marie Schiavo. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2005;293:2403-2407.
Haig AJ. The persistent vegetative state. New England Journal of Medicine 1994; 331:1380-1381. http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/331/20/1380 (requires subscription).
Helfand L. Governor Sides with Nurse in Trouble for Schiavo Remarks. St. Petersburg Times. http://www.sptimes.com/2006/07/14/State/Governor_sides_with_n.shtml 2006.
Hook CC, Mueller PS. The Terri Schiavo Sage: The making of a tragedy and lessons learned. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2005;80:1449-1460.
Jennett B. The Vegetative State: Medical Facts, Ethical and Legal Dilemmas. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Journal of Mass Media Ethics. An ethics of caring and media coverage of Terri Schiavo. Journal of Mass Media Ethics 2006;21(2&3):215-228.
Johnson M. Terri Schiavo: A Disability Rights Case. Routledge 2006;30(2)163-176.
Koch T. The challenge of Terri Schiavo: lessons for bioethics.Journal of Medical Ethics 2005;31:376-378.
Kunin J. Withholding artificial feeding from the severely demented: merciful or immoral? Contrasts between secular and Jewish perspectives. Journal of Medical Ethics 2003;30:208-212.
Lanier WL. Medical interventions at the end of life: What is appropriate and who is responsible? Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2005;80:1411-1413.
Lim A. The Schiavo Controversy. The Right to Die Movement: From Quinlan to Schiavo. 2005;46-50.
Lynn J, Childress JF. Must patients always be given food and water? The Hastings Center Report 1983;13(5):17-21.
Mappes TA. Persistent vegetative state, prospective thinking, and advance directives. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 2003;13:119-139.
Mayo TW. Living and dying in a post-Schiavo world. Journal of Health Law 2005;38:587-608.
McMahon MM, Hurley DL, Kamath PS, Mueller PS. Medical and ethical aspects of long-term enteral tube feeding. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2005;80:1461-1476.
Meisel A. The role of litigation in end of life care: A reappraisal. Improving end of life care: Why has it been so difficult? Hastings Center Report Special Report 2005;35:S47-S51.
Meisel A, Cerminara K. The Right to Die. New York: Aspen Law & Business, 3d ed.,2004.
Mitchell SL, Buchanan JL, Littlehale S, Hamel MB. Tube-feeding versus hand-feeding nursing home residents with advanced dementia: A cost comparison. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 2003;4:27-33.
Multi-Society Task Force on PVS. Medical aspects of the persistent vegetative state(first of two parts). New England Journal of Medicine 1994; 330:1499-1508.http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/abstract/330/21/1499? (requires subscription).
Multi-Society Task Force on PVS. Medical aspects of the persistent vegetative state(second of two parts). New England Journal of Medicine 1994; 330:1572-1579. http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/330/22/1572? (requires subscription).
Murphy TJ. Drafting Living Wills After Schiavo 2005;17(5)14-17.
New England Journal of Medicine. After Quinlan: The dilemma of the persistent vegetative state(editorial). New England Journal of Medicine 1994; 330:1524-1525. http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/extract/330/21/1524? (requires subscription).
Nelson LJ. Catholic bioethics and the case of Terri Schiavo. Cumberland Law Review 2004-2005;35(3):543-574.
Noah BA. Life, death and politics: The long good-bye. Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law 2003; 3, October 2003, http://www6.miami.edu/ethics/jpsl/archives/all/expertsed.html.
Noah BA. Politicizing the end of life: Lessons from the Schiavo controversy. University of Miami Law Review 2004;59:107-134.
Ouellette AR. When vitalism is dead wrong: The discrimination against and torture of incompetent patients by compulsory life-sustaining treatment. 79 Ind. L.J. 1 (2004) .
Perry JE. Biblical Biopolitics: Judicial Process, Religious Rhetoric, Terri Schiavo and Beyond.553-630.
Perry JE, Churchill LR, Kirshner HS. The Terri Schiavo Case: Legal, ethical, and mecical perspectives. Annals of Internal Medicine 2005;143:744-748.[Available at http://www.annals.org/cgi/content/abstract/143/10/744?etoc; subscription required.]
Preston T, Kelly M. A Medical Ethics Assessment of the Case of Terri Schiavo. Routledge 2006;30(2)121-133.
Quill TE. Terri Schiavo — a tragedy compounded. New England Journal of Medicine 2005;352:1630-1633.
Roscoe LA, Osman H., Haley WE. Implications of the Schiavo Case for Understanding Family Caregiving Issues at the End of Life. Routledge.2006;30(2)149-161.
Santner EL. Terri Schiavo and the State of Exception. Abstract.
Schatz GS. Reflections on Schiavo: Are medicine, ethics, and law enough anymore? Medical Humanities Report, Summer 2005;26(2) (Michigan State University): 1-3. [Available at http://bioethics.msu.edu/mhr/05s/reflections-schatz.html.]
Schneider CE. Hard cases and the politics of righteousness. Hastings Center Report 2005;35(3):24-27.
Shepherd LL. In respect of people living in a permanent vegetative state - and allowing them to die. Public Law Research Paper No. 153. (May 2005.)
Shepherd LL. Shattering the neutral surrogate myth in end-of-life decisionmaking:Terri Schiavo and her family. Cumberland Law Review 2004-2005;35(3):575-595. Abstract.
Shepherd L. Terri Schiavo: Unsettling the Settled. Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 2nd Ser.37(2006):297-341.
Sieger CE, Arnold JF, Ahronheim JC. Refusing artificial nutrition and hydration: Does statutory law send the wrong message? Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2002;50:544-550.
Smith J. A good death, or a public one? http://www.bmj.com/content/330/7495/0.8
Sulmasy DP. Terri Schiavo and the Roman Catholic tradition of forgoing extraordinary means of care. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 2005;33:359-362.
Truog RD, Cochrane TI. Refusal of hydration and nutrition: Irrelevance of the "artificial" vs "natural" distinction. Archives of Internal Medicine 2005;165:2574-2576.
Werth JL. The Implications of the Theresa Schiavo Casw for End-of-Life Care and Decisions. Routledge.2006;30(2)99-100.
Wijdicks EFM, Cranford RE. Clinical diagnosis of prolonged states of impaired consciousness in adults. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2005;80:1037-1046.
Wolfson J. Erring on the side of Theresa Schiavo: Reflections of the special guardian ad litem. Hastings Center Report 2005;35(3):16-19.
Wolfson J. Defined by Her Dying, not her Death: The Guardian AD Litem's view of Schiavo. Routledge 2006;30(2)113-120.
Miscellaneous journalism, advocacy, other
Cerminara KL. An Analysis of H.701. A Nova Southeastern University law professor provides a legal analysis of issues raised by a measure introduced during Florida's 2004 and 2005 legislative sessions.
Collins T. Dealers of death:The right-to-die movement is using Terri Schiavo. Are you next? Article posted at Planet Envoy! "Bringing Christ to the World." http://www.propertyrightsresearch.org/2004/articles/dealers_of_death.htm
Darr K. Terri Schindler Schiavo: End-game. Hospital Topics 2005;83(2):29-31.
Fritz M. Last rights: How simple device set off a fight over elderly care. Invented for younger patients, feeding tube now figures In end-of-life debate. The Wall Street Journal, December 8, 2005, http://www.wsj.com (purchase required).
Johnson, Harriet McBryde. Not Dead at All: Why Congress was right to stick up for Terri Schiavo. Slate, March 23, 2005. http://slate.msn.com/id/2115208/
Marker R. Dying for the Cause:Foundation funding for the “right-to-die” movement. The Philanthropy Roundtable. http://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/topic/excellence_in_philanthropy/dying_for_the_cause. According to its website, "The Roundtable is founded on the principle that voluntary private action offers the best means of addressing many of society’s needs, and that a vibrant private sector is critical to generating the wealth that makes philanthropy possible..."
Sisti DA, Caplan AL. Would the Pope get a feeding tube? Chicago Tribune Dec. 26, 2003; p. 21. http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/chicagotribune/index.html?ts=1083898698 (search keywords for free preview, pay for full text).
Darney PD, Rosenfield A. The Supreme Court joins the multispecialty group practice of the Congress and the President (editorial). Obstetrics & Gynecology 2007;110 (2.1):226-227.
Counterpunch, March 21, 2005: "Feeding tubes for the Third World."
The Onion, April 6, 2005: "Terri Schiavo dies of embarrassment." (May require subscription.)
The Onion, April 13, 2005: "Preparing a living will." (May require subscription.)