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by rosenblums
posted 12/03/2019

Arts Wednesday 13 March 2019

At 10:40 am, Laila Ellmoos, historian with the City of Sydney, once again joins us for Part 3 of Events That Shaped Sydney and this week, the topic is the timber strike of 1929.

My special guest at 11:00 am this week is Dr Sam Arnold. Sam is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Program 3 of the Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders at UNSW. Our conversation is about autism – what it is and what it isn’t.

Many major personalities in history have been retrospectively diagnosed with the condition so music is by or about some of them from Albert Einstein to Mozart.

Asalways I look forward to your company.

The word AUTISM spelled out over blank puzzle pieces.

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