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13
Jun

Autism and Mental Health: Continuum and Boundary Approaches

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Edinburgh Centre for Medical Anthropology in partnership with Scottish Autism

This interdisciplinary seminar will build on the success of the 2018 ‘Autism, Anthropology and Lived Experience’ symposium jointly hosted by the Edinburgh Centre for Medical Anthropology and Scottish Autism. The seminar will explore where autism and mental health paradigms form a continuum and where they might be bounded in diagnostic categories, support provision and contemporary discourse. The event will give voice to lived experience and take an interdisciplinary approach. We will ask what a critical engagement between anthropology and other disciplines might produce in understanding this relationship.

Time
10:00am to 3:00pm
Date
13th June 2019 to 13th June 2019
Price
Free
Location 
Violet Laidlaw Room Chrystal Macmillan Building, George Square Edinburgh EH8 9LD United Kingdom


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