Upcoming Events

Toronto, Canada
5 March 2012 (7pm)
Invited lecture (also to be broadcast on TVOntario)
Gardiner Museum.
(contact: Wodek Szemberg, wszemberg 'at' rogers.com)

Toronto, Canada
6 March 2012 
The Agenda with Steve Paikin, broadcast on TVO

Hamilton, Canada
7 March 2012 (12 noon)
McMaster University.
invited Lecture.
(contact Professor Cyril Levitt)

Los Angeles, USA
9-11 March 2012 (three-day conference)
11th Annual UCLA Attachment/Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference
Invited lecture: 11 March (3pm)
(contact: drsolomon 'at' lifespanlearn.org)

San Antonio, Texas, USA
12 March 2012 (6.30pm)
Mind Science Foundation 
Invited lecture: Distinguished Speakers Series
(contact: Meriam Good, Mind Science Foundation) 

San Antonio, Texas, USA
13 March 2012 (1pm)
University of Texas Medical School
Psychiatry Grand Rounds. 
(contact: Meriam Good, Mind Science Foundation)

USA 
14 March 2012 
WPR 'To the Best of our Knowledge' 

New York, USA
15 March 2012 (11.30am)
Beth Israel Medical Center
Grand Rounds.
(contact: David Roane, DRoane 'at' chpnet.org)

USA
16 March 2012 (12 noon)
WNYC 'Leonard Lopate Show'

Manchester, UK
11 April 2012 (6pm)
Vice-Chancellor's Annual Lecture
Manchester Metropolitan University

London, UK
12 April 2012 (7pm)
Wellcome Institute
Discussion with Bryan Appleyard on minds and brains.
(contact: v.brown 'at' wellcome.ac.uk)

Oxford, UK
4 May 2012
Relational politics discussion group.
Details to follow.

London, UK

5 May 2012 (9.30am)
British Association of Psychotherapists
Invited lecture.
BAP House, 37 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HJ
 (contact: Helen Morgan, BAP)

Oxford, UK
6 May 2012 (8pm)
Christchurch, The Cathedral, 'After Eight' group
(contact Ed Newell, Sub-Dean of Christchurch)

London, UK
9 May 2012
Seminar: 'Science and the Human Person' 
Address, and discussion. With Baroness Susan Greenfield.
Chaired by Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury.
Lambeth Palace.

London, UK
10 May 2012
British Council, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo
Seminar: 'Museum of skills'
Keynote lecture. 
British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN
(contact: ann 'at' artprojectsandsolutions.com)
 
Bristol, UK
12 May 2012 (10.30am)
C.G. Jung Public Lecture
Details to follow.
(contact: jenmadden 'at' talktalk.net) 

Brighton, UK
31 May 2012 (10.15am)
Association of British Neurologists
Plenary lecture.
Details to follow.

Valens, Switzerland
23 June 2012 (10.30am)
Neuroscience Center Zürich (ZNZ)
Invited lecture.
Details to follow.

Oxford, UK
11-14 July 2012 (four-day conference)
Persons and their Brains Conference
Invited lecture.
Other participants include Roger Scruton, Raymond Tallis, David Papineau, Simon Blackburn, AC Grayling, Peter Hacker.
Details to follow.
Ian Ramsey Centre.

Montalcino, Italy
30 July - 5 August 2012 (week-long course)
Series of seminars: 'Why civilisations flourish - and fail"
Legatum Institute Summer School
Castiglion' del Bosco.
(contact: Inna.Lazareva 'at' li.com)

London, UK
5 November 2012 (12-5pm)
Royal Society of Arts
Seminar: 'Divided Brain, Divided World'.
Invited discussants only.

Groningen, Holland
6 November 2012 (8pm)
Academy Building, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Invited talk.
(see www.rug.nl/studium)

Taliesin West, Arizona, USA
10 November 2012
Architecture symposium: 'Minding Design: Neuroscience, Design Education and the Imagination'
Other speakers include Juhani Pallasmaa, Michael Arbib, and Steven Holl.
(contact: Sarah Robinson at www.srarchitect.com)

Melbourne, Australia
28-30 November 2012 (three-day conference)
Creative Innovation 2012
Invited lecture.
Details to follow.

Edinburgh, UK
24 January 2013 (evening)
Edinburgh University Philosophy Society
Invited talk.
(contact E.Yusupoff 'at' sms.ed.ac.uk)

London, UK
2 February 2013 (all-day conference)
The right brain, left brain divide: What is its relevance to the task of psychotherapy?
76 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT
(http://www.confer.uk.com/mcgilchrist.html)

Cologne, Germany
6 June 2013
Anglican Diocese in Europe Synod.
Invited talk.

University of East Anglia, UK
12-14 June 2013 (three-day conference)
International Society for Environmental Ethics (ISEE) Tenth Annual Meeting on Environmental Philosophy
'Thinking and Acting Ecologically'
Keynote lecture.
(contact n.mitchell 'at' uea.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1603 592810)

Ghent, Belgium
22 June 2013
TEDxGHENT
Muziekcentrum De Bijloke,
Jozef Kluyskensstraat 2,
9000 Gent
België

Oxford, UK
28 June - 1 July 2013 (three-day conference)
The Soul
Other participants include Alasdair MacIntyre, Jerry Fodor, Terence Deacon, Nancey Murphy, Quentin Meillassoux.
Details to follow.
St Anne's College, Oxford.

London, UK
2 July 2013 (7.30pm - 9.30pm)
Primrose Hill Summer Lecture
St Mary's Church, Primrose Hill, Elsworthy Road, London 

London, UK
3 July 2013 (6pm)
Institute of Psychiatry, University of London.
Maudsley Philosophy Group.
Invited talk.
(contact Robert.Harland 'at' slam.nhs.uk) 

London, UK
4 July 2013 (6pm- 9pm)
Corporate Research Forum
Summer Lecture & Reception. 
Haberdashers Hall, 18 West Smithfield Street, London EC1A 9HQ .

London, UK
4 October 2013
British Psychoanalytic Council (PP Now 2103)
Special Public Lecture.
Panel: Professor Jim Hopkins, Rt Rev Dr Rowan Williams 
Chair: Dr Jean Knox
Venue: Tuke Hall, Regent's College, London

London, UK
5 October 2013
British Association of Art Therapists.
Annual Conference: Keynote Lecture. 
"Neuroscience, attachment and creativity"
The City Temple, Holborn Viaduct, London, EC1A 2DE

Edinburgh, UK 
22 March 2014 (all day conference)
'The right brain, left brain divide: what is its relevance to the task of psychotherapy?'
SHSC Conference Facility, Crewe Road South, Edinburgh EH4 2LF
http://www.confer.uk.com/brain.html

London, UK
24 March 2014 (5.30pm)
Invited lecture: 'What is language?'
3rd Symposium on Basal Ganglia Speech Disorders and Deep Brain Stimulation
Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London WC1N 3 BG

London, UK
27 March 2014 (6.30pm)
Pre-concert discussion on the relationship between science, religion and art.
With Fr. Christopher Jamison, Geraldine Cox & Peter Fudakowski.
Concert by the London Sinfonia & the Hilliard Ensemble: music by Tavener, Pärt & Bryars.
Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London SE1 9DA

Eindhoven, Holland
30 March 2014
Invited lecture and discussion: 'The myth of logic and the logic of myth'. 
With Richard Fortey, David Deutsch and André Klukhuhn.
'Age of Wonder' Symposium.
Physics Laboratory, NatLab
Kastanjelaan 500, Eindhoven 5604 EA.

London, UK
31 March 2014 (6pm)
'What happened to the soul?'
Royal Society of Arts
8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ.

London, UK
14 April 2014 (5.30pm)
Samuel Gee Lecture.
Royal College of Physicians
11 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, London NW1 4LE.

Oxford, UK
26-27 April 2014
'Neuromania'.
WIth Professor Raymond Tallis.
Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford

Hay-on-Wye, UK
24 May 2014 (5.30pm & 7pm)
HowTheLightGetsIn Philosophy and Music Festival
5.30pm Secrets of the Mind
In debate with Professor Sir Roger Penrose & Professor Nicholas Humphrey 
7.00pm The Limits of Logic
In debate with Professor Simon Blackburn & Ms Beatrix Campbell
http://howthelightgetsin.iai.tv/

Swanwick, UK
2 July 2014 (9.45am)
Diocese of Salisbury Clergy Conference
Keynote address: 'God and the Brain'.
Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire

Warwick, UK
4-6 July 2014
Open University Psychology Society
‘The new neurosciences – friend or foe’.
Invited talk.
Warwick University
info 'at' oups.org.uk 

Edinburgh, UK
26 July 2014 (10am - 5pm)
CG Jung Seminars Scotland: Centenary Celebration.
Keynote address: ‘Honouring the Master’
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Princes Street, Edinburgh
contact: jerry.petrie@btinternet.com

Stellenbosch, South Africa
1 September - 31 October 2014
Fellowship of the Institute of Advanced Study.

Rome, Italy
21-23 September 2014 (three-day conference)
'Ascetical Practice in a Secular Culture: A New Approach to Prayer and the Brain'
Templeton Foundation-sponsored conference on relevance of The Master and his Emissary to the spiritual life.
Villa Palazzola, Rocca di Papa

London, UK
13 November 2014 (evening)
Theos Think Tank
Invited talk.
77 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2EZ
contact

Edinburgh, UK
17-18 November 2014
Edinburgh University: provisional two-day programme:
17 November: Public lecture (5pm).
18 November: Psychology Department (9.30am - 3.30pm). Seminar for counselling and psychotherapy students and staff, followed by dialogue and discussion (5pm -7pm).
Details to be confirmed: contact dotclark 'at' btinternet.com 

Cheltenham, UK
22-23 November 2014  
Medicine Unboxed Annual Conference: 'Frontiers'
Invited lecture (22 November): 'Thought'.
Parabola Arts Centre, Cheltenham.
Details to follow.

Dartington, UK
2-6 February 2015
A week of seminars with Iain McGilchrist, including dilaogue with Dr Rupert Sheldrake.
Schumacher College.
Details to follow.

Cotswolds, UK
20-23 March 2015
Four days of seminars with Iain McGilchrist, combined with practical workshops run by Samantha and John Field. 
Farncombe Conference Centre, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7LJ
For details see http://www.fieldnlptraining.com/courses/iain-mcgilchrist-the-master-and-his-emissary
contact: john.field 'at' fieldlearning.co.uk 

London, UK
27-28 March 2015
Independent Group of Analytical Psychology
'Ambiguity and grasping': joint seminar on hemisphericity, psyche and quantum mechanics with Dr Hans van den Hooff.
Notting Hill, London.
Details to follow.
contact: office 'at' igap.co.uk

Emmetten, Switzerland
30 May - June 6 2015
10th Jungian Odyssey.
On the Brink: Transitions and Turning Points
Keynote address (30 May), seminar (31 May).
Hotel Seeblick, Emmetten, Switzerland. 
contact: ursulawirtz 'at' icloud.com.

London, UK
13 June 2015
Hallam Institute of Psychotherapy.
Half day of lectures.
Details to follow: contactnickwread 'at' btinternet.com

Swanwick, UK
22-25 June 2015
Retreat Association Conference
Hayes Conference Centre, Derbyshire
Details to follow.
contact: info 'at' retreats.org.uk.

Vienna, Austria
5-7 October 2015
Corporate Research Forum Conference: 'The Meaning of Work'
Invited lecture.
Hilton Hotel, AM Stadtpark 1, 1030, Vienna, Austria.
contact: lynn 'at' crforum.co.uk

Sydney, Australia
November 2015 (dates to be confirmed)
University of Western Sydney, School of Humanities and Communication Arts.
Divers speakers, including Iain McGilchrist, to consider the relevance of his work to humanistic enquiry.
Details to follow.
contact: alison.moore 'at' uws.edu.au