Interview with Kristina Chew

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Kristina Chew is a Classics professor; mother of a teenage son, Charlie, who’s on the moderate to severe end of the autism spectrum. She is also a translator and teacher of Latin and ancient Greek; a blogger, formerly at My Son Has Autism/Autismland (2006-2008), Autism Vox (2006-08) and Change.org (2008-09) and now at We Go With Him; happily married to cultural historian James T. Fisher. She also blogs on education, disability issues, and health policy at Care2.com and is currently writing a book about life on the long road with Charlie and translating Pindar’s Odes.

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