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Salonica: City of Penates and Lares
An exploration of the nature of a city, and whether it is meaningful to locate cities in a geographical places, or whether they can be better understood as imaginal spaces - the "betweennesses" that connect, memory, imagination and the physical world

20 November 2013


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MA dissertation in Myth, Literature and the Unconscious
From the Emergence of Myth to a Myth of Emergence – Finding Mind in Nature and Searching for the Nature of Mind: How Autopoetic Biology and Jungian Psychology can make Meaningful Sense of a Moving World.

20 November 2013


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Is Myth a source of Truth or a matter of Deceit?
Essay on the nature of myth, with reference to Plato, Homer and Science

20 November 2013


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Elizabeth Walker on Woman's Hour
On 12 June 2012, Elizabeth Walker, the last remaining of F M Alexanders students, gave an interview on Woman's Hour. She is 97

12 June 2012


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The wrestle with words and meanings in the Alexander work
How do we explain what the Alexander Technique is, and can it be done well?

2 May 2012


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Embodied Mind Workshop
Sara travelled to Paris in February 2012 to take part in a workshop with philosphers, neuro-scientists, applied scientists and Alexander Technique teachers at the Centre de Recherche en Épistémologie Appliquée.

5 March 2012


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