Publications by the Project Team on Autism, Gender and Creative Practices
- Katherine May (2018), The Electricity of Every Living Thing, Trapeze
- Farahar, C., & Bishopp-Ford, L. (2020). Stigmaphrenia©: Reducing mental health stigma with a script about neurodiversity. In D. Milton (Ed.), The neurodiversity reader: Exploring concepts, lived experience and implications for practice. UK: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd.
- Milton, D. (Ed.). (2020). The neurodiversity reader: Exploring concepts, lived experience and implications for practice. UK: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd.
- Sedgewick, F., et al (2016). Gender differences in the social motivation and friendship experiences of autistic and non-autistic adolescents. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, 46(4), 1297-1306.
- Autism Gender and Sexuality Conference 2018 – recordings from the conference livestream
Limpsfield Grange School Books
- M is for Autism: The students of Limpsfield Grange and Vicky Martin
- M in the Middle: The students of Limpsfield Grange and Vicky Martin
Imagining Autism Journal Articles
- Beadle-Brown, J. et al (2017), ‘Imagining Autism: Feasibility of a Drama-Based Intervention on the Social, Communicative and Imaginative behaviour of Children with Autism.’ Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice.
- Trimingham, M & Shaughnessy N. (2016) ‘Material Voices: Intermediality and Autism, ’Research in Drama Education: the Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 21.3, 2016,
- Shaughnessy, N. ‘Imagining Otherwise: Autism, Neuroaesthetics and Contemporary Performance’ eds Bartleet, C and K Shepherd-Barr, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews Special Edition: Experiments in Theatre: New Directions in Science and Performance (December 2013), 321-334
Imagining Autism Chapters in Books
- Trimingham, M & N.Shaughnessy (2018), ‘Imagining the Ecologies of Autism’ in Kemp, R and B.McConachie (eds)The Routledge Companion to Theatre, Performance and Cognitive Science. London: Routledge
- Shaughnessy, N (2017), “Do you See what I see? Arts, Science and Evidence in Autism Research’, in M Reason and N Rowe (eds), Elusive Evidence: Documenting, Measuring and Evaluating Arts Practice in Social Contexts. London: Bloomsbury Methuen
- Shaughnessy, N. and M. Trimingham (2016). ‘Autism in the Wild: Bridging the Gap between Experiment and Experience’, in P. Garrett (ed.), The Cognitive Humanities: Embodied Mind in Literature and Culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Shaughnessy, N. (2016) ‘Curious Incidents? Pretend Play, Presence and Performance Pedagogies in Encounters with Autism’, in P. Smagorinsky (ed.), Creating Positive Social Updrafts through Play and Performance: Fostering Creativity and Community among Autism-Spectrum Youth, New York: Palgrave Macmillan
- Trimingham, M (2017) ‘The ecology of Autism: vibrant space in Imagining Autism’ in Scenography expanded: contemporary perspectives on performance design ed. by Joslin McKinney and Scott Palmer
- Trimingham, ( 2017) ‘Surprised by Beauty: Imagining Autism’ in Anthropology and Beauty: From Aesthetics to Creativity ed by Stephanie Bunn, Informa Ltd., London
- Trimingham (2013) ‘Touched by Meaning: Haptic Affect in Autism’ in Affective Performance and Cognitive Science, Body, Brain and Being ed. Nicola Shaughnessy London: Bloomsbury, pp.229-240
Key & Recent Books and Articles on Autism and Gender
- Carpenter, B., & Happe, F (2019) Girls and Autism: Educational, Family and Personal Perspectives, London: Routledge
- Cook, B., & Garnett, M. (2018) Spectrum Women: walking to the Beat of Autism, Jessica Kingsley
- Kim, C. (201) Nerdy, Shy and Socially inappropriate: a user Guide to an Asperger Life, Jessica Kingsley
- Eaton, J. (2017) A Guide to Mental Health Issues in Girls and Young Women on the Autism Spectrum: Diagnosis, Intervention and Family Support, Jessica Kingsley
- Hendrickx, S (2015) Women and Girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Jessica Kingsley
- Mendes, E., & Maroney, M. (2019) Gender Identity, Sexuality and Autism: Voices from across the Spectrum: London: Jessica Kingsley
Moyse, R., & Porter, J. (2015). The experience of the hidden curriculum for autistic girls at mainstream primary schools. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 30(2), 187-201.
- Simone, R. (2010) AsperGirls: Empowering Females with Asperger Syndrome, Jessica Kingsley