2013 National Biography Award Lecture
John Elder Robison - A different perspective, a shared story

Biography Week John Elder Robison
Type:
Talk
Date:
Wednesday 7 August 2013
Time:
6.00 PM to 8.00 PM
Venue:
Metcalfe Auditorium, State Library of NSW (Entry via Macquarie Street)
Cost:
Adults $20, $15 Friends or Concession.

Note: This is a past event and is shown here for archival purposes only.

John Elder Robinson is the New York Times bestselling author of  Look Me in the Eye, Be Different and Raising Cubby. He lectures widely on autism and neurological differences, is an adjunct professor at Elms College and serves on committees and review boards for the CDC, the National Institutes of Health and Autism Speaks. A machinery enthusiast and avid photographer, John lives in Amherst with his family, animals and machines.

Join New York Times bestselling author John Elder Robison as he discusses how memoir, and sharing one's story, can unite us in our understanding of our shared human condition.

This event is part of the Biography Week series.

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