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Threshold Worlds announces its upcoming dream survey!
Part two of Marco Bernini’s reflection on dreams as documentaries of our archival selves.
Threshold Worlds is excited to announce our upcoming December workshop and to share the call for papers!!
Do dreams and their strangeness serve a purpose? A new hypothesis suggests, ‘yes’!
Project fellow Lucie Treacher considers the parallels between dreaming and music composition.
Teens, TikTok, Draco Malfoy, and transliminal experiences!
Part One of Marco Bernini’s discussion of dreams as documentaries of our own archived experiences.
Adam Powell highlights a past essay of his which posits hypnagogia as a fertile state of mind for religious experiences.
The Dream Mapping art of Susan Hiller sheds light on the sociality and space of our dreams.
Project fellow, Professor Richard Walsh discusses his interest in dreams as meaningful expressions of emotions and values.
A major part of Threshold Worlds is the series of online research meetings, seminars, and workshops on offer during the Michaelmas term and beyond. Meetings are restricted to the project team and its affiliates, while seminars and workshops are open to all! See our...
Dreams as spatial ecologies of consciousness and inner experience.
To what extent can dreams be influenced by waking lives? Can that influence be used to help us solve problems?
From the archive: What Is the Link Between Hallucinations, Dreams, and Hypnagogic–Hypnopompic Experiences?
A review of the differences and similarities between hallucinations, hypnagogia, and dreams.
Artist and project fellow Lucie Treacher (creator of the International Archive of Dreams) on the images she created for the Threshold Worlds blog
Why do we need interdisciplinarity to understand dreams? Ben and Marco introduce ‘Threshold Worlds’.