Book review: “Music, Language and Autism: Exceptional Strategies for Exceptional Minds (Ockelford) – Reviewed by Alex Lubet

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Music, Language and Autism: Exceptional Strategies for Exceptional Minds (Ockelford)

Reviewed by Alex Lubet

 

Title: Music, Language and Autism: Exceptional Strategies for Exceptional Minds | Author: Adam Ockelford | Publication year: 2013 | Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers | Pages: 272 | ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-84905-197-2

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Biography

Alex Lubet is Morse Alumni/Graduate and Professional Distinguished Teaching Professor of Music at the University of Minnesota (USA). He is the author of Music, Disability, and Society (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2011) and dozens of articles on disability issues within and beyond music. He is the founder and head of his university’s Interdisciplinary Graduate Group in Disability Studies and a past winner of the University of Minnesota Disability Services’ Access Achievement Award.

Email: lubet001@umn.edu