Voices and Books 1500-1800 Public Workshop 3 – V2

How did people read aloud in the past? How do we do that now? And why does it matter that we recover and reflect on this experience? At this workshop we will discuss the many different ways in which the experience of listening to books, past and present, can be recorded and analysed, and the archives we might use, from the British Library’s Sound Archive to The Reading Experience Database.

Voices and Books 1500-1800 Public Workshop 3

                                                Tuesday 11 November, 2014 The Conference Centre British Library, 96 Euston Rd, London NW1 2DB Newcastle University  present: Voices and Books 1500-1800 Public Workshop 3 An AHRC-funded Public Workshop Convenor: Dr Arnold Hunt How did people read aloud in the …

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Slavoj Zizek – Towards a Materialist Notion of Freedom: Neurosciences and Freedom

Event Date: 11 November 2014 Room B34 Birkbeck Main Building Birkbeck, University of London Malet Street London WC1E 7HX The Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities presents: Slavoj Zizek – Towards a Materialist Notion of Freedom 2 Lectures Lecture 2 – Neurosciences and Freedom  Talk: Questions: share this entry: