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Re•Storying Autism: An Interview with Patty Douglas and Carla Rice

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Title: Re•Storying Autism: An Interview with Patty Douglas and Carla Rice
Author: Denborough, David; Douglas, Patty; Rice, Carla
Abstract: The Re•Storying Autism project is a Canadian–British collaboration that seeks to interrupt dominant and limiting narratives of autism through an alternative storytelling process. Short films made by people who identify as autistic or who have attracted a label of autism tell preferred stories that shift understandings, expand representations and create space for practices of difference. Carla Rice and Patty Douglas, two of the project leaders, caught up with David Denborough to reflect on the principles and practices embraced by the Re•Storying Autism project, and to consider the project’s potential for contributing to a framework that may be useful to narrative practitioners.
URI: https://dulwichcentre.com.au/product/restorying-autism-an-interview-with-patty-douglas-and-carla-rice/
https://hdl.handle.net/10214/25903
Date: 2021
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Related Publications: Denborough, D., Douglas, P., & Rice, C. (2021). Re•Storying Autism: An interview with Patty Douglas and Carla Rice. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work. https://dulwichcentre.com.au/product/restorying-autism-an-interview-with-patty-douglas-and-carla-rice/


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