Video of the full event is available on the Nour Foundation website.
The universal fascination with how we remember, forget, and create false memories cuts across the arts and sciences, as the question of how and where memories are formed and preserved becomes increasingly critical. Psychologist Daniel Schacter, neuroscientist Joseph LeDoux, historian of science and medicine Alison Winter, and novelist and comparative literature professor André Aciman join forces to discuss how memory impacts our perception of ourselves, the development of personality, and the ability to construct and reconstruct our past experience.
André Aciman, PhD
City University of New York
Joseph LeDoux, PhD
New York University
Daniel Schacter, PhD
Alison Winter, PhD
University of Chicago
Executive Producer, Wisconsin Public Radio's nationally-syndicated program To the Best of Our Knowledge.
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Moderated by Steve Paulson, Executive Producer of Wisconsin Public Radio's To the Best of Our Knowledge, this four-part lecture series brings together leading experts from various fields to discuss how the latest research is challenging our understanding of the very nature and function of consciousness in our daily lives.
To learn more about each lecture and to purchase tickets, click on the links below.
• The Thinking Ape: The Enigma of Human Consciousness, October 10, 2012 — Sold Out
• The Mystery of Memory: In Search of the Past, November 14, 2012 — Sold Out
• Music & the Mind: The Magical Power of Sound, December 12, 2012 — Sold Out
• Becoming Conscious: The Science of Mindfulness, February 6, 2013 — Sold Out