Eyes Wide Shut: Dreams, Visions, and SomnambulismWorkshop exhibition Thu 2 – Fri 3 Apr 2020, 17:30 – 19:00
Devon and Exeter Institution
7 Cathedral Close,
Exeter EX1 1EZ
- Students £25
You are warmly invited to attend a series of workshops held by University of Exeter Professor Ricarda Schmidt in collaboration with Prof. Hans-Walter Schmidt-Hannis of NUI Galway and Dr. Sheila Dickson from the University of Glasgow focused on exploring how altered states of consciousness (ASC) have been conceptualized in German culture.
This is a network project to be developed in three stages: 1) a workshop in Exeter, 2-3 April 2020, focusing on the period 1750-1835; 2) a workshop in Galway, April 2021, focusing on the period 1835-1900; 3) a workshop in Glasgow, April 2022, focusing on the 20th century. The aim is to concentrate on German culture in order to facilitate a micro-analysis which can discover previously unnoticed continuities, transformations and ruptures between the dream discourses in specific historical periods.
Workshop 1 will be held on the 2-3 April 2020 at the Devon and Exeter Institution in Exeter.
The timetable for this event is can be found below via PDF.
Participation fees (£25 for students and unwaged, £40 for waged participants) include 2 lunches, teas and coffees.Please contact Ricarda.Schmidt@exeter.ac.uk, by 1 March 2020, if you’d like to participate. Please indicate your dietary requirements and whether you would like to join the workshop participants for dinner on 2 April 2020 (at your own cost).
Both the University of Exeter and the Cassal Endowment Fund will be supporting this event. Download the event scheudle here.