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Narrating the Many Autisms

Identity, Agency, Mattering

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"Centering autistic voices and expressive forms, Narrating the Many Autisms affirms autistic agency and creativity, with words and beyond. In this remarkable book, Anna Stenning dismantles deficit assumptions and cultural stereotypes on autistic lifeworlds to offer an original and profound reflection on the many forms of social relatedness."

Professor Laura Sterponi, Berkeley School of Education, University of California Berkeley.

"Dr. Anna Stenning advances the long road towards the realization of autistic ontological agency with her new book, Narrating the Many Autisms: Agency, Identity and Belonging. She defers to autistic autobiographies, narratives, and community knowledge to make space for autistic selfhood, which she argues should be a shared practice and commitment by the neuro-majority. At the same time, Stenning considers how Western medical and educational research misrepresents and misrecognizes autism by reducing a way of being in the world to a neurological impairment."

Alice Wexler, Ed.D., Professor Emerita of Art Education at SUNY New Paltz.

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Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
234
ISBN
9780367478384
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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"Centering autistic voices and expressive forms, Narrating the Many Autisms affirms autistic agency and creativity, with words and beyond. In this remarkable book, Anna Stenning dismantles deficit assumptions and cultural stereotypes on autistic lifeworlds to offer an original and profound reflection on the many forms of social relatedness."

Professor Laura Sterponi, Berkeley School of Education, University of California Berkeley.

"Dr. Anna Stenning advances the long road towards the realization of autistic ontological agency with her new book, Narrating the Many Autisms: Agency, Identity and Belonging. She defers to autistic autobiographies, narratives, and community knowledge to make space for autistic selfhood, which she argues should be a shared practice and commitment by the neuro-majority. At the same time, Stenning considers how Western medical and educational research misrepresents and misrecognizes autism by reducing a way of being in the world to a neurological impairment."

Alice Wexler, Ed.D., Professor Emerita of Art Education at SUNY New Paltz.

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