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Emily Troscianko

Series featuring Emily Troscianko

  • TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
  • Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation (OCCT)
  • Overcoming a Sense of Academic Failure
  • Textual Therapies
  • Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (UBVO) seminars
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons How literary studies can help us understand eating disorders This UBVO seminar was given by Emily Troscianko (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) in May 2018 Emily Troscianko 17 Sep 2018
2 Creative Commons Computational Literary Studies and Mental Health A project combining English literature, experimental psychology, and computational linguistics, with a focus on entropy, abstraction, and mental health. James Carney, Emily Troscianko 12 Sep 2018
3 Creative Commons What Does Disney do to Mental Health? Exploring the dangers of Disney’s take on poverty, mental health, and relationships. Jenifer Fisher, Nikki York, Emily Troscianko 12 Sep 2018
4 Creative Commons Combating Fat Stigma Through Narrative A series of narrative workshops helping make life better for fat people. Rachel Fox, Kelly Park, Emily Troscianko 12 Sep 2018
5 Creative Commons Why Public Health Needs Narrative An introduction to an often overlooked context for using narrative in healthcare: public health. Lise Saffran, Emily Troscianko 12 Sep 2018
6 Creative Commons What to do About Failure: Personal Actions. How to take action to change the role failure plays in your life. Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Rachel Bray, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
7 Creative Commons What to do About Failure: Personal Attitudes. How to change your own attitudes to failure and success, and how failure relates to regret. Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Chiara Cappellaro, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
8 Creative Commons Failure and the Farewell to Academia. Why does the idea of leaving academia so often feel like professional failure? Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Rachel Bray, Chiara Cappellaro 22 May 2018
9 Creative Commons Failure and Other People Other people (or our idea of them) can induce feelings of failure and alleviate or transform them. Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Chiara Cappellaro, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
10 Creative Commons The Feeling of Failure What does failure feel like, and what happens when you sit with it? Susan Blackmore, Julia Bray, Chiara Cappellaro, Barbara Gabrys 22 May 2018
11 Humanities and Science: Mental Health An interdisciplinary discussion exploring the role of the humanities in mental health. Edward Harcourt, John Geddes, Matthew Broome, Emily Troscianko 09 Feb 2015
12 Creative Commons Cultures of Mind-Reading: The Novel and Other Minds - ‘Narrative and/as Heterophenomenology: Modelling Nonhuman Experiences in Storyworlds’ Prof David Herman (Durham) on ‘Narrative and/as Heterophenomenology: Modelling Nonhuman Experiences in Storyworlds’ with responses from Dr Emily Troscianko (MML) and Dr James Carney (Social and Evolutionary Science Research Group) followed by refreshments David Herman, Emily Troscianko, James Carney 20 Sep 2014
13 Interview with Emily Troscianko Discussion of Kafka's Cognitive Realism Emily Troscianko 26 Mar 2014
14 Kafka's Cognitive Realism An interdisciplinary discussion of Dr Emily Troscianko's book Emily Troscianko, Sue Blackmore, Ritchie Robertson, James Carney 26 Mar 2014