Dear colleagues,


Please join us on Tuesday 12th February for the next seminar in our Exploring Research series at Wellcome Collection.


We’re delighted to host Dr Robbie Duschinsky (University of Cambridge), for a paper entitled John Bowlby in Public and in Private.


Join us to mark 50 years since the publication of psychiatrist John Bowlby’s landmark book, ‘Attachment’. Hear Dr Duschinsky discuss his research on the differences between Bowlby’s public persona and private reflections. He will explore Bowlby’s ideas on the psychology of trauma and abuse, and the reason why many of these remained unpublished during Bowlby’s lifetime.


More details:   




The seminar is free to attend (no need to book) and will take place in Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, in our Viewing Room.


Doors at 6pm, seminars will start at 6.15pm prompt.


Hope to see you there!


With best wishes,





Ross MacFarlane

Research Development Specialist (Modern)

Programme Lead

Collections and Research


Wellcome Collection

183 Euston Road

London NW1 2BE

United Kingdom


T +44 (0)20 7611 7340

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