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Dukes Lecture: 'Still Me'; the Continuing Self of Someone With Dementia

Venue: 
The Dukes, Lancaster LA1 1QE
Organisers: 
A Life More Ordinary Project

 

A Life More Ordinary, in partnership with Defying Dementia, Lancaster University, brings you a series of lectures and discussions about living with dementia from three different perspectives.  All lectures are in the Gallery at The Dukes.

This lecture and discussion, presented by Roger Clough – Emeritus Professor, Lancaster University, will pursue the topic of self and a continuing, though changing, identity.

Roger Clough’s premise is that people continue as themselves, ‘still me’.  In that he follows the title of the book and film Still Alice. He does not attempt to present a coherent picture of a ‘self with dementia’, rather to search at the topic and look for clues to ‘being me’.

This lecture is free but seating is limited. Please book your place in advance at

https://dukes-lancaster.org/alifemoreordinary/ or tel. 01524 598 500.

 

 

 

 

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