Selected Works

 

Emily Brooks in conversation with Nicole Chung at Catapult:

·       “A Conversation About Disability Rights in Education,” Catapult, March 22, 2017: https://catapult.co/stories/a-conversation-about-disability-rights-in-education.

 

Emily Brooks was one contributor to Spectrum News’ end-of-year autism arts representation roundup:

·       “The Best Depictions of Autism in the Arts,” Spectrum News, December 26, 2016: https://spectrumnews.org/features/special-report/best-depictions-autism-arts/.

 

Emily Brooks interviews Steve Silberman at The Toast:

·       “An Interview with Steve Silberman, Author of NeuroTribes,” The Toast, March 29, 2016: http://the-toast.net/2016/03/29/interview-with-steve-silberman/.

 

Emily answers a question about autism and LGBTQ identities at My Kid is Gay:

·       “My Autistic Child Came Out To Me,” My Kid is Gay, January 13, 2016: http://mykidisgay.com/my-autistic-child-came-out-to-me/.

 

Emily contributes to Spectrum News’ special report on sex, gender, and autism:

·       “Focus on Autism Must Broaden to Include Non-Binary Genders,” Spectrum News, October 19, 2015: https://spectrumnews.org/opinion/focus-on-autism-must-broaden-to-include-non-binary-genders/.

 





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