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AcknowledgmentsIntroduction A Discussion of Methods 1 Framing Autism 2I. An Introduction to Sue Rubin II. A Conversation with Leo Kanner (by Sue Rubin) 3I. An Introduction to Tito Rajarshi MukhopadhyayII. Questions and Answers (by Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay and Douglas Biklen) 4I. An Introduction to Lucy Blackman II. Re?ections on Language (by Lucy Blackman) I. An Introduction to Larry Bissonnette II. Letters Ordered through Typing Produce the Story of an ArtistStranded on the Island of Autism (by Larry Bissonnette) 6I. An Introduction to Alberto Frugone II. Salient Moments in the Life of Alberto, as a Child, a Youth, a Young Man (by Alberto Frugone) 7I. An Introduction to Richard Att?eld II. The Colour of Rich (by Richard Att?eld) 8I. The World as I'd Like It to Be (by Jamie Burke) II. The Myth of the Person Alone (by Douglas Biklen) Bibliography IndexAbout the Authors
Douglas Biklen is professor of cultural foundations of education and teaching and leadership, and coordinates the Inclusive Education Program at Syracuse University. He is a senior faculty member in the Center on Disability Studies, Law and Human Policy. He is the author of Access to Academics and Contested Words, Contested Science. He was Educational Advisor for the Academy-Award-winning HBO documentary Educating Peter and is coproducer of the CNN documentary Autism is a World.
"The writings of Rubin, Mukhopadhyay, and all of the contributors are testament to the need to embrace a 'disability consciousness' in seeking educational and therapeutic options for autistic persons so that they can achieve their full potential. While Biklen refrains from extensive analysis of his contributors' words, his book is truly valuable in its straightforward presentation of the voices of autistic persons speaking not only for but as themselves." --Disability Studies Quarterly"Disagrees with the common picture of autism, presenting chapters written by those with autism themselves--including those considered most severely disabled within the world of autism--to present a personalized view of how autism is experienced by those diagnosed... A 'must' for any who understand the autistic experience." --Bookwatch"Biklen's tenacity is to be admired." --CHOICE"The prevailing view of autism and disability is redefined in this beautifully written book. Can you ask for more than to inform, inspire, challenge, and help to create new ways of understanding? Autism and the Myth of the Person Alone forces us to confront misunderstanding, misperceptions, and lack of knowledge, and to rethink disability and autism. It demands that we embrace people who act, communicate, and socialize differently. I love this book!" --Jan Nisbet, Director, Institute on Disability"Austism and the Myth of the Person Alone is one of those rare professional books that causes one to pause and consider what it tells us about our literature, our field, and, perhaps, ourselves...Biklen has given us a fascinating, thoughtful and, most important, essential book by including insights, experiences, and perspectives of individuals with autism to add to the canon." --American Association on Mental Retardation