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Meg Hutchinson


MEG HUTCHINSON, Singer/Songwriter

March 24, 2011

Meg Hutchinson's website



Susan McKeown

 

SINGING IN THE DARK
An exploration of creativity and madness

Susan McKeown
Grammy Award Winning Irish Vocalist

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Susan McKeown's Website


 Photo from Chris Payne's book Asylum
 

ASYLUM
Images from the Past, Prelude to the Present

October 26, 2009

A visual presentation of striking photos from a new book by architect and photographer, Christopher Payne, entitled Asylum: In the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals. Dr. Anita Everett, Director of Community Psychiatry at The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center will follow with a discussion of the legacy of the past and its impact on present-day care for the chronically and seriously mental ill.

Chris Payne's website


GRIEF and DEPRESSION
Disease or the Human Condition?

November 15, 2007

Scottish Poet Douglas Dunn reads from Elegies, Whitbread Book of the Year

Douglas Dunn wrote Elegies after his wife’s death from cancer in 1981. His volume of poetry, described as the finest poetic work on grief since Tennyson’s In Memoriam, was chosen as the Whitbread Book of the Year, one of Britain’s highest literary honors. Dunn, an acclaimed poet, playwright, and frequent contributor to The New Yorker, is Professor of English Studies at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

Douglas Dunn
 
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