Autism, Culture, and Representation

About

I’m Trisha Paul, a sophomore at the University of Michigan. I will be writing this blog to reflect on what I learn in my English class, Eng 416: Autism, Culture, and Representation. I’ve been a writer for Ann Arbor.com before, but I am excited to have my first real blog!

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  1. Stuart Murray said:

    Hi Trisha – Just wanted to say thanks for your kind comments about my book. I hope that you got to study autism in the ways that you wanted (who is the instructor on the class by the way?). Anyway, good luck with your work.

    Stuart Murray (University of Leeds)

  2. Hi Mr. Murray,
    Thanks for your comment! It means a lot to me and I really appreciate that you took the time to read my post. Studying autism has been really exciting, and I have gotten so much more out of the experience than I could have ever expected. After taking this English class, I am currently engaged in an independent study about autism in children’s literature with my professor Melanie Yergeau at the University of Michigan.

    Thanks again!
    Trisha

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