Habits in Theory and Practice: Philosophy, aesthetics, and the environment (February 8)
    January 18, 2019
    Featuring our very own Marco Bernini, this upcoming workshop from the Insitute of Advanced Studies in Humanities is an interdisciplinary exploration of the notion of habit.
    New podcast: "Writers' Inner Voices, Literary Voices and the Edinburgh International Book Festival"
    January 15, 2019
    ICYMI. Featuring interviews from the Hearing the Voice team, our new podcast provides an insight into the research produced by the Writers' Inner Voices (WIV) project and our ongoing collaboration with the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
    Stories that Voices Need to Tell: A Review of 'It's All in My Head!'
    January 8, 2019
    In this article, Arya Aryan reviews It's All in my Head! by Mick, 'the story of a normal Dutch guy who hears voices inside his head other people can’t hear'.
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    Interested in science communication? We're hiring!
    January 2, 2019
    We're hiring! Applications are invited for a Research Assistant based in Psychology with a particular emphasis on mental health and science communication.
    Mary Robson on ABC Radio
    December 18, 2018
    Listen to HtV Creative Facilitator Mary Robson talk about Hearing the Voice on ABC Radio.
    ICHR 2019 Announcement and Call for New Working Groups
    December 18, 2018
    We are pleased to announce that the next ICHR biennial meeting will take place in Durham, on 11–13 September 2019. Learn more here...
    Book Launch: 'Hearing Voices, Demonic and Divine' by Professor Chris Cook
    December 14, 2018
    We warmly invite you to celebrate the launch of Hearing Voices, Demonic and Divine: Scientific and Theological Perspectives by our Co-Investigator Professor Chris Cook at Prior’s Hall (Durham Cathedral) on Thursday 17 January 2019, 6-8pm.
    The ice in voices: Understanding negative content in auditory-verbal hallucinations
    December 13, 2018
    In this new article, authors explore the complexities of negative content in auditory-verbal hallucinations (AVH), taking into account its theoretical and clinical importance...
    What would it take to 'transform' early psychosis services? Public Lecture from Nev Jones (24 January)
    December 12, 2018
    On 24 January 2019 Nev Jones PhD (University of Florida) will be speaking on 'What will it take to 'transform' early psychosis services? On the entanglements of phenomenology, social and cultural identity and structural disadvantage in early intervention'.

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