(Poster designed by Rhys Tranter)
Beckett and Brain Science is a research project led by Dr Elizabeth Barry (University of Warwick), Dr Ulrika Maude (University of Reading) and Dr Laura Salisbury (Birkbeck, University of London). It is funded by an AHRC Science and Culture Exploratory Award, and explores the interconnections between neurological and psychiatric conceptions of language, embodiment and the self in the work of Samuel Beckett.
Below is the programme for a one-day symposium on Beckett and Brain Science, to be held at the University of Reading Special Collections on 27 April 2012.
The symposium will be held in the conference room of the University of Reading Special Collections. The building housing Special Collections and the Museum of English Rural Life is located in Redlands Road.
There is no registration fee for ‘Beckett and Brain Science,’ but please send an email with the following registration details to Ulrika Maude at email@example.com:
There are a limited number of rooms available in Black Horse House on the University campus. For bookings, please contact Miranda Hogg at firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 0118 378 8906, quoting ‘Beckett and Brain Science’.