Voices & Visions in Historical and Literary Contexts
On 23-24 April 2014, Hearing the Voice hosted a two-day workshop on ‘Voices, Visions and Hallucinatory Experiences in Historical and Literary Contexts’ at St Chad’s College, Durham, in collaboration with the Institute of Early Modern and Medieval Studies, the Centre for Medical Humanities and the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing. Facilitated by HtV arts-in-health advisor Mary Robson, the conference brought historians, psychologists, medical humanities researchers, and literary scholars together in order to explore various aspects of hallucinatory experience in the medieval and early modern period.
For more information about the workshop, please see the relevant entry on our blog and/or download the ‘Visions, Voices and Hallucinatory Experiences in Historical and Literary Contexts’ conference programme.
Resources for conference participants are available here.