Dr Angela Woods is an interdisciplinary medical humanities researcher working at the intersection of cultural theory, philosophy and literary studies and Co-Director of Hearing the Voice, an eight-year interdisciplinary study of voice-hearing funded by a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award.
Professor Charles Fernyhough is a developmental psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Durham, a writer of fiction and non-fiction and a literary journalist and creative writing tutor. He is Director and Principal Investigator of Hearing the Voice.
Dr Ben Alderson-Day is a psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Durham, with an interest in voice-hearing, inner speech and the role of language in how people think. He is a Co-Investigator with Hearing the Voice.
Mary Robson is a creative facilitator with the Centre for Medical Humanities at Durham University, working on Hearing the Voice and Life of Breath.
David Napthine is an actor and writer. He has been working with Hearing the Voice since 2016, and was Writer in Residence for Hearing Voices: suffering, inspiration and the everyday, an exhibition on voice-hearing produced by Hearing the Voice.
Gillian Allnutt (Queen’s 2016 Medal for Poetry) is the author of multiple poetry collections, including How the Bicycle Shone. She has been working with Hearing the Voice since 2016, and produced a series of five commissioned poems in response to the themes of the Hearing Voices exhibition.
Dr Jennifer Hodgson was a postdoctoral research associate on the Writers’ Inner Voices project from August 2014 to January 2015. She is a researcher, a writer and a literary editor working on British experimental post-war writing and theories of narrative and fiction.