with Hannah Critchlow & Nicola Redhouse / chaired by Clare Wright
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What is the human mind? Where does the brain end and the mind begin? Neuroscientist Hannah Critchlow’s writings include Consciousness, a Ladybird introduction to the brain and how it works, and The Science of Fate, which explores the extent to which our brains are hardwired. Nicola Redhouse’s deeply personal memoir about her understanding of the brain and its relationship with postnatal depression, Unlike the Heart, becomes a rigorous investigation of neuroscience and psychoanalysis. Together they voyage into the depths of the human mind.
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Hannah Critchlow is the Science Outreach Fellow at Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, and has been named a Top 100 UK Scientist by the Science Council for her work in science communication. Mentioned by Nature magazine as a rising star in the life sciences in 2019, she is listed as one of the University of Cambridge's 'inspirational and successful women in science'. The Science of Fate: Why Your Future is More Predictable Than You Think is her first book.
Nicola Redhouse is the Melbourne-based author of Unlike the Heart: A Memoir of Brain and Mind. Her writing, which often focuses on the nexus between science and human experience, is published in The Monthly, The Age, The Australian, and in literary journals and anthologies including Meanjin and Best Australian Stories.
Dr Clare Wright is an award-winning historian and author. Her book, The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka, won the 2014 Stella Prize and her most recent book is You Daughters of Freedom, about the Australian suffragette movement.