First Meeting of the SlowMemory Study Group

First Meeting of the SlowMemory Study Group

Thursday, Feb.24, 17:00 GMT/18:00 CET: register on  Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/261166896217

For this, we will always share a text to read in advance (feel free to suggest texts).

We will begin with a short one on Slow Memory by me and use some of the time to discuss plans for the next meetings. Again, the Zoom link will be shared via Eventbrite.

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