What kind of relationships can we have with the dead?
How does grief change the experience of time?
What impact does grief have on how we experience our bodies?
What kinds of loss, other than bereavements, do we grieve over?
Philosophers from the University of York’s project ‘Grief: A Study of Human Emotional Experience’ discuss less understood aspects of the experience of grief that are of considerable practical and theoretical importance.
Please note that the topics discussed might be distressing to some people, given the nature of the subject matter.
This event will take place live on Zoom Webinar. You’ll receive a link to join a couple of days before the event takes place and a reminder an hour before. During the event, you can ask questions via a Q&A function, but audience cameras and microphones will remain muted throughout.
About the speakers
Louise Richardson is a senior lecturer in philosophy at the University of York and co-investigator on the AHRC-funded project ‘Grief: A Study of Human Emotional Experience’. She also writes about perception and the senses.
Becky Millar is a postdoctoral research associate for ‘Grief: A Study of Human Emotional Experience’. She works on the philosophy of perception and the philosophy of emotion.
Emily Hughes is a postdoctoral research associate for ‘Grief: A Study of Human Emotional Experience’, and focuses upon intersubjective relationships between the living and the dead.