Senses

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What does it mean to ‘see’, hear and listen through another’s voice, another’s voices?

What does it mean to ‘see’, hear and listen through another’s voice, another’s voices?

Lisa Blackman   In October 2013 I took part in ‘Voices, Memory, Forgetting’, an interdisciplinary event organised by the Hearing the Voice project in partnership with the Memory Network. The day investigated the role of memory in situations of emotional distress and creative transformation, specifically in the context of voice hearing. My argument in this blog contribution will be that…
The Memory Network at Durham Book Festival

The Memory Network at Durham Book Festival

– William Viney, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Medical Humanities and Department of English Studies, Durham University.   On the 19th October we staged a collaborative event with the Memory Network, Hearing the Voice, and the Durham Book Festival. The intention was to discuss the intensely interesting but rather murky relationship between our memories, the phenomena of ‘auditory-verbal hallucination’, and…