Neurodivergence and Architecture

Neurodivergence and Architecture

1st Edition - October 1, 2022

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  • Editor: Anthony Clarke
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9780128245620

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Neurodivergence and Architecture, Volume Five, the latest release in the Developments in Neuroethics and Bioethics series, focuses on the new and fascinating ethical and legal challenges posed by neurotechnology and its global regulation. Topics in this new release cover STS on architecture, Embodied Rhetoric/ Disability Studies, Autoethnography, Bioethics/Materialist Feminism, Advocacy, Cultural Commentary: Being Autistic Together, An autistic perspective on built spaces, Empty spaces and refrigerator boxes: making autistic spaces, On the Losing Myself Project, Neither Use nor Ornament (NUNO) project, Madness and (Be)coming Out Within and Through Spaces of Confinement, and more.

Key Features

  • Novel and original research on the emerging field of the legal regulation of neuroscience
  • Interdisciplinary approach, chapters by global scholars from several disciplines, including law, philosophy, and medicine
  • Develops a global approach, useful in jurisdictions along the globe

Readership

Academics and practitioners in the intersection of law, medicine, ethics and neurotechnologies; undergraduate and graduate students in law, philosophy and neuroscience

Table of Contents

  • Section 1: Frameworks
    1. Neuroethics
    Judy Illes and Camille Yiqing Huang
    2. STS on architecture
    John Gardner
    3. Embodied Rhetoric/ Disability Studies
    Jos Boys
    4. Autoethnography
    Anthony Clarke
    5. Bioethics/Materialist Feminism
    Rosemarie Garland-Thomson

    Section 2: Advocacy
    6. Cultural Commentary: Being Autistic Together
    Jim Sinclair
    7. An autistic perspective on built spaces
    Marie Harder
    8. Empty spaces and refrigerator boxes: making autistic spaces
    Jos Boys
    9. On the Losing Myself Project
    Yeoryia Manolopoulou

    Section 3: Practices
    10. Allan Kong Architects
    Allan Kong
    11. Neither Use nor Ornament (NUNO) project
    Sonia Boue
    12. Madness and (Be)coming Out Within and Through Spaces of Confinement
    J.T. Eisenhauer Richardson
    13. Creating autistic space in ability-inclusive sensory Théâtre
    Molly Mattaini
    14. BLOXAS/ hungry hands project
    Anthony Clarke
    15. The Virtual Forest
    Tanya Petrovich
    16. To be determined
    Sarah Wigglesworth

Product details

  • No. of pages: 300
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2022
  • Published: October 1, 2022
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9780128245620

About the Serial Editor

Anthony Clarke

Anthony Clarke is a Professor of UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London, United Kingdom.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London, UK

About the Serial Volume Editors

Jos Boys

Dr Jos Boys trained in architecture and has worked as a journalist, teacher, researcher and design practitioner. She has taught architecture and interior design (in both the design studio and through history and theory) for many years across many universities, both in the UK and abroad. Her research focuses on the social aspects of architecture and interior design. This is underpinned by a design and artistic practice centred on working with community and disadvantaged groups. She is especially interested in how design intersects with gender, class, race and disability; and in finding creative forms of collaboration with non-designers. Jos has an MA in photography and likes to use a variety of media and approaches to open up productive ‘spaces’ between designers educators, students, artists and the wider public.

Affiliations and Expertise

The Bartlett, University College London, UK

John Gardner

John’s research is situated at the intersection of medical sociology and science and technology studies (STS), and it examines the interplay between biomedicine, individuals and society, particularly in regard to cutting-edge biomedical innovation. His research has focused predominately on two, much-championed areas of biomedicine: the development and implementation of deep brain stimulation and other neurotechnologies, and; the attempts by stakeholders in several countries to create a ‘health and wealth’ generating Regenerative Medicine industry.

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Research Fellow, Sociology Monash University, Australia

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