Upcoming Events

London, UK
1 October 2015 (6.30pm)
Royal College of Physicians
Public lecture: attendance welcome.

London, UK
2 October 2015 (9am-6pm; 3.30pm)
Virgin Disruptors debate on Education
WeWork, 1 Fore Street, Moorgate, London, EC2Y 5EY
See http://www.virgin.com/disruptors

Brighton, UK
3 October 2015 (all day seminar)
‘How the divided brain enables the human condition’
All day seminar.
contact: lironside 'at' emotionaldevelopment.co.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

London, UK
9 October 2015 (6.30 pm)
Iain McGilchrist & Patsy Rodenburg 
Education and Learning through Ancient Wisdom, Humanity, Creativity and Embodiment
Milton Court Concert Hall, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Silk St, Barbican

London, UK
10 October 2015 (10 am- 6 pm; 11.45 am)
Resurgence Festival of Wellbeing
Invited talk.
Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate EC2M 4QH
details at: www.resurgence.org

Sydney, Australia
20 November 2015 (5pm)
'The Divided Brain in Western Culture'
Public Lecture: all welcome.
State Library of New South Wales
contact: alison.moore 'at' uws.edu.au

Sydney, Australia
23-24 November 2015
University of Western Sydney, School of Humanities and Communication Arts: Parramatta Campus.
Divers speakers, including Iain McGilchrist, to consider the relevance of his work to humanistic enquiry.
Invitation only.
contact: alison.moore 'at' uws.edu.au

London, UK
2 December 2015 (4.00 pm)
Psychology Faculty, London University
'Asymmetry of the brain and human meaning'.
Invited talk: open to the public.
Ben Pimlott Lecture Theatre, Goldsmiths College, University of London
SE14 6NW.

Frenchman's Cove, Jamaica
16-21 February 2016 (week long residential course)
'The Divided Brain and its Deeper Meaning': The hemisphere hypothesis and its impact on human experience
Scientific & Medical Network
contact: di 'at' dianaclift.com

London, UK
2 March 2016
Blake Society Annual Lecture
St James's, Piccadilly
contact: tim '@' ioi.org.uk

Vancouver, Canada
9-10 March 2016
Laing Lectures.
'God, the Brain and Paradox'.
Regent College, University of British Columbia
contact: jgreenman 'at' regent-college.edu

Pittsburgh, USA
17-18 March 2016
Duquesne University
Seminars and public lecture.
Details to follow.
contact: mccurryj 'at' duq.edu

London, UK

21-22 March 2016
Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park
'The Stifling Hand of Control: how can we enable organisations to flourish?'
contact: Edmund 'at' cumberlandlodge.ac.uk

Dartington, UK
23 April 2016
Limbus Critical Psychotherapy Conference
'Neuroscience, theology and the fate of the soul'.
All day seminar with Dr Farhad Dalal.
For details see:http://www.limbus.org.uk/soul/

Valens, Switzerland
28-30 April 2016
Rehabilitation Centre Valens
Zurich Neuroscience Centre Post-doctoral Retreat
Invited lecture.

Beijing, China
20-22 May 2016
7th Annual World Congress of NeuroTalk-2016: Neuroengineering and Computational Neuroscience.
invited lecture
Detaiis to follow

Cotswolds, UK
19-22 August 2016  (4-day course)
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.field-field.com/courses/iain-mcgilchrist-exploring-the-divided-brain/
contact: john@field-field.com.