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Memory, Identity and Working in Time - Intergenerational memory in therapy and social action

  • Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institute (BRLSI) 16-18 Queen Square Bath, BA1 2HN United Kingdom (map)

Nigel Williams


Nigel will explore how transgenerational individual and social memory can be recognized and worked with. He will also talk about how therapeutic insight can inform other forms of social action where collective memory has been disturbed or lost
Nigel Williams is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, University of the West of England. He has recently published “Anglo-German displacement and diaspora in the early twentieth century; an intergenerational haunting.”  In “The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting, Essays on Trauma, History and Memory”. Edited by Michael O’Loughlin 2015. He is currently researching and writing about intergenerational themes in counseling, psychotherapy and social action.

Tickets at the door only: £10 (refreshments included)