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What would an autistic-friendly university look like? Hear answers from our panel of autistic students, staff and researchers.
Autistic people, who make up an estimated 1-2% of the population, see the world differently. They can have unique insights and talents, but may struggle with certain aspects of work or study in an environment that has been designed for those in the neurological majority. This event will explore how universities can become more inclusive of autistic people, and how this could benefit the university community as a whole.
Critical/Fictional Investigations: Site, Sound and Listening brings a panel of international, interdisciplinary artist scholars together to share research on the politics and poetics of place.