Swati Joshi reports on the book launch of Marco Bernini’s Beckett and the Cognitive Method: Mind, Models, and Exploratory Narratives (Oxford University Press, 2021) The Bishop’s Dining Room in Durham Castle provided the fitting apparatus
Bridget Bartlett explores the double empathy problem reading Sir Philip Sidney’s romance, The Countess of Pemproke’s Arcadia (1593), in a paper presented at the Medical Humanities and the Fantastic: Neurodiversity and Disability Online Symposium.
This post by Richard Walsh is the fourth in a one-week takeover (Nov 30 – Dec 5 2020) of The Polyphony by Threshold Worlds, an interdisciplinary project exploring the nexus between dreams, narrative and liminal cognition.
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