debate 5: the experimental humanities

3. Working with autistic children in the Cevennes in southern France, Fernand Deligny and his group of collaborators developed an intriguing cartography in his network of living places (1967-1986), a method that disrupts clinical knowledge. In his contribution to the debate on the experimental humanities, Marlon Miguel argues that the invention of this form of cartography contributes to a practice in an experimental field in which knowledge is indissociable from its performance: not so much knowledge on or of autism, but knowledge with these dissident autistic bodies. Read more: Marlon Miguel: To Permit: Fernand Deligny’s Cartography of Autism.

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