As part of the celebrations marking the centenary of Karl Jaspers’ General Psychopathology, there will be a one-day workshop at Grey College, Durham University exploring the theme Current and Future Applications of Phenomenology in Psychiatry. This workshop will take place on the 20th July 2013, and is part of the three-centre symposium Philosophy and Psychiatry: The Next Hundred Years (Held at Durham, Kings College (London) and Oxford).
- Nev Jones (DePaul University), Back to the Future: Rethinking the ‘First Person’ in Phenomenological Psychopathology
- Giovanni Stanghellini (Università di Chieti), Incomprehensibility: A New Ethics for Psychiatry
- Tim Thornton (UCLan), TBA
- Angela Woods and Matthew Ratcliffe (Durham University), Steps Toward a Phenomenological Analysis of Auditory Verbal Hallucinations
Registration is free but spaces are limited, so please email the conference organisers in order to reserve a place by the 20th June. We particularly welcome participation from students, health care professionals, and service users.
The organisers are grateful to the Laces Trust for funding this workshop.
Organisers: Amanda Taylor Aiken and Hannah Bowden.