Memory in the Twenty-First Century is out now! This book maps and analyses the changing state of memory at the start of the twenty-first century in essays written by scientists, scholars and writers. It recontextualises memory by investigating the impact of new conditions such as the digital revolution, climate change and an ageing population on our world.
What is the unconscious? Where is it? How does it affect our conscious experiences?
The Unconscious Memory Network is a new forum where humanists and neuroscientists can discuss and exchange their research findings on diverse aspects of the unconscious, in particular unconscious memory. The Network aims to bring together scholars from Oxford and beyond as well as to involve new researchers, students, and people from outside the research community.
The Network will be hosting a series of seminars at the University of Oxford. The next will take place on Monday, December 1, is entitled ‘Unconscious Memory and Mental Space’, and will feature the Memory Network’s Dr Sebastian Groes (Roehampton), alongside Professor Michael Burke (Utrecht).
For more information on these events, and on the Unconscious Memory Network’s activities, please visit http://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/unconscious