uniMIND Central Session – The Socialization of Hallucination
January 26 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm CET
Join us for the second session in our new monthly uniMIND Central Sessions format!
This time, Dr. David Dupuis will join us for a discussion of his article “The socialization of hallucinations. Cultural priors, social interactions and contextual priors in the use of psychedelics”.
The uniMIND Program
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uniMIND Central Sessions
Monthly web-based journal club meetings, open to everyone in and around the uniMIND community. We invite academic authors to discuss their very own publications with us.
For every session, there will be one selected text that we share here in the event description. Please make sure to read the article in advance, prepare questions and feedback. Having the authors present at our sessions can be a huge benefit in your understanding of the text and its context.
The uniMIND Central Sessions discussion format is a semi-structured conversational exchange. It is facilitated by the session host and open to input and questions from guests at any given time.
THE EVENT SPEAKER(s):
David Dupuis, PhD
David is a research fellow in the Laboratory of Social Anthropology at the College de France, Paris, and member of the Hearing the Voice program at the University of Durham.View full profile ››