‘From Resemblance to Identity’: The Internal Narrative of a Fifty Minute Hour. Interdisciplinary Seminar with Margot Waddell
This paper arose from the conjunction of a supervisory session with long-standing tussles of my own, both around the nature of what we call ‘identity’ and around some of Bion’s central clinical conceptualisations.
Starts: Jun 2, 2016 6:00:00 PM
The theory of epistemic trust as an interdisciplinary tool: thinking about attachment, violence and the history of childhood. Interdisciplinary Seminar with Dr Chloe Campbell
This paper will explore how the theory of epistemic trust – that is, trust in the authenticity and personal relevance of interpersonally transmitted knowledge - might make a contribution to thinking about the relationship between individual subjectivity, cultural variation, and historical change.
Starts: Jun 9, 2016 6:00:00 PM