This workshop will focus on the role of silence in commemoration. The panellists are uniquely well-placed to discuss the practice, meaning and impact of silence, and the discussion will be chaired by a practitioner of acoustic, site-specific composition.
- The Rt Revd. Nigel McCulloch KCVO (Senior Advisor on Remembrance to the Royal British Legion; and its former National Chaplain)
- Dr Adrian Gregory (Associate Professor of History, University of Oxford)
- Professor Mahinda Deegalle (Professor of the Study of Religions, Philosophies and Ethics, Bath Spa University)
- Dr Lydia Wilson (CRIC Research Fellow; Visiting Fellow at the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies at the Graduate Center, City University New York)
Chair: Professor Paul Whitty (Professor in Composition, Oxford Brookes University)
This event is invitation only.