The Hamish Canham (Applied) Prize – prizegiving presentation and discussion

Event overview

Alumni, current students and staff are warmly invited to join us for the presentation of the prize, to hear the winning paper, and to participate in a discussion.

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The winner

This year’s winner is Maryam Ghasemi , a former student of our Psychoanalytic studies Masters course. Her paper, ‘Rockaby: Eros and Thanatos’, is about a short play by Samuel Beckett.

At the prizegiving event Maryam Ghasemi will present her paper, followed by a discussion.

Presentation of the £250 prize by Kate Robertson will conclude the event.

Programme

  • Wine reception with nibbles
  • Welcome and introduction from the Chair
  • Reading of prizewinning paper, ‘Rockaby: Eros and Thanatos’, featuring extracts from the iconic Billie Whitelaw/Alan Schneider production of Rockaby
  • Discussion of paper
  • Close

Venue

5th floor lecture theatre – The Tavistock Centre

Cost

This is event is free to attend.

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Type:
Event
Location:
Tavistock Centre, 120 Belsize Lane, NW3 5BA
Date:
13 December 2017 18:00 to 20:15
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