PARC Critical Autism Studies – Autumn Workshop 19th October 2021

Events

The Participatory Autism Research Collective, in partnership with the Critical Autism and Disabilities Studies Research Group at LSBU, are pleased to present this interactive session exploring a range of issues with guest speakers.

This follows on from the success of our previous conferences, both in person & virtual, and provide an opportunity to build on shared knowledge & experience through learning, open discussion & networking.

We aim to provide an environment for autistic researchers to present their work relating to critical autism studies and with so many colleagues conducting a wealth of vital, fascinating and groundbreaking research, one annual event was simply not enough. Our confirmed speakers can be found below and we look forward to introducing more of these events in the future…

Provisional programme

4.30pm – Introductions – Damian Milton

4.40pm – Hans Asperger’s early critique of cognitive theories of autism – Frederik Boven

5.10pm – Intuition of other’s thoughts – Caroline Hearst

5.40pm – Comfort break/networking

6pm – Demand-Avoidance Phenomena: as a biopower identity – Richard Woods

6.30pm – Debating Gender as the Basis of an Autism Typology: A Comparison of Two Kinds of Literature – Robert Manzo

7pm – Summary & close

This conference will be delivered via Zoom. We will sent out the joining instructions on the Thursday before the event (14 October).

You can register for the PARC Autumn workshop on 19th October from 4.30-7pm: available here.

You can also register for the PARC Autumn Conference taking place on 18 October from 9am – 2pm here.

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