Hearing the Voice Research Seminar Series (Durham University, February-June, 2016)

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The Hearing the Voice Research Seminar series is designed to provide a platform for HtV researchers to share the detailed findings of their research and gain feedback from a wider audience.  Anyone with an interest in Hearing the Voice research is welcome to attend.

The programme for 2016 is as follows:

Thursday 11 February 2016: Dr Sam Wilkinson (Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Philosophy, Durham University) on ‘Explanation and explanatory power in psychiatry: the case of voice hearing’ (Please note alternative venue: Joachim Room, College of St Hild & St Bede, Durham University)

Thursday 10 March 2016: John Foxwell (Department of English Studies, Durham University) on ‘Seeing what isn’t there: the representation of visual hallucinations in Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’

Thursday 19 May 2016: Roz Austin (Centre for Medical Humanities & Department of Geography, Durham University) on ‘Voice-hearing and Spatialities of the Emotions’

Thursday 16 June 2016: Professor Chris Cook (Department of Theology, Durham University) (tbc)

Except where otherwise specified, all seminars will take place in the Birley Room at Hatfield College, Durham University (number 20 on this map) from 5 pm to 7 pm.  If you would like to reserve a place at any of these events, please register using our online registration form.  If you have any queries, please contact Victoria Patton.

Visit the HtV site for up to date information on HtV events.

Highlights from the 2015 Hearing the Voice Research Seminar series are available to listen to and download as a podcast here.

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