Paranthropology 7:1

Paranthropology 7:1

The latest issue (Vol 7, Number 1) of the free PDF journal Paranthropology (“anthropological approaches to the paranormal”) is now available to download – here’s the complete rundown of features in the latest issue:

  • “Paranormal Experience, Belief in the Paranormal and Anomalous Beliefs”, by Neil Dagnall, Kenneth Drinkwater, Andrew Parker & Peter Clough
  • “Religious Flows and Ritual Performance: East Asian Interpretations of Shakespearian Tragedy”, by Matt Coward
  • “Shamanic Initiation by the Trickster”, by Juan J. Rios
  • “A Quantitative Investigation into the Paranormal Beliefs of the Contemporary Vampire Subculture”, by Emyr Williams
  • “Edith Turner and the Anthropology of Collective Joy”, by Paul Stoller
  • “Hearing the Dead: Supernatural Presence in the World of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic (PPN) in Reference to the Balikligöl Statue”, by Alistair Coombs
  • “The Uncanny and the Future of British Quakerism”, by Ben Wood
  • “On Mental Travel, Remote Viewing and Clairvoyance”, by John R. DeLorez
  • “Intermediatism and the Study of Religion”, by Jack Hunter
  • Review: Ayahuasca Shamanism in the Amazon and Beyond by Beatriz Caiuby Labate & Clancy Cavnar – Gerhard Mayer
  • Review: “Do we need the paranormal to explain the UFO phenomenon? A Review of Illuminations: The UFO Experience as Parapsychological Event by Eric Ouellet – Jean-Michel Abrassart
  • Review: First International Colin Wilson Conference, University of Nottingham, July 1st 2016 – Colin Stanley

In case you haven’t read this great resource before, all of the previous issues remain available to download from the site as well. I know from experience the work that goes into doing something like this, so if you get something out of the journal make it your mission to throw some money their way with a PayPal donation. Even small amounts help!