Feminist Perspectives on
Neurodiversity and Neuronormativity
29 January 2021
The online symposium 'Feminist Perspectives on Neurodiversity and Neuronormativity', held on 29 January 2021, was organised by the Intersectional Neurodiversity Reading Group, in collaboration with the Feminist Studies Association.
From the nine presentations, there are seven video recordings. For this, you can click on the link below in the programme, or you can go directly to our YouTube channel.
Narratives of Gendered Violence and Neurodivergent Survivors
Morrigan Hunter, Portland State University
Neuronormative Perspectives and Women with Sickle Cell Disorder
Myrle Blaine, University of Derby
Dr.des. Toby Atkinson, Lancaster University
Alyssa Hillary Zisk, University of Rhode Island
Dr Jake Pyne, York University
Prof Anna Reading, King’s College London
Elizabeth Maher, University of Illinois at Chicago
Dr Eric Olund, University of Sheffield
Dr Dyi Huijg, University of Roehampton