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Parapsychological Association
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
44 pages Perfect-bound
Science & Nature
community, interconnection, paranormal, parapsychology, physics, psychology, science

The PA President, Everton de Oliveira Maraldi, champions the importance of cultural diversity and pluralistic, interdisciplinary collaborations. The PA Ex. Director, Annalisa Ventola, recaps the highlights from the recent PA Convention in Oslo while also introducing us to a new tiered membership fee structure. Siri K. Zemel reflects on being a newcomer to the field and developing a sense of belonging. Lenore Matthew provides a compelling account of her experience leading up to the convention and suggests ways that the PA could increase self-discovery through interactive workshops. Liza Horan uses an allegory to explore the twists and turns on her journey to parapsychology, arguing for the importance of developing a public message. David Mitchell examines the implications that post-colonial and more indigenous models have for understanding interconnection and community. Maurice van Luijtelaar and Renaud Evrard end the issue by presenting the forty-first installment of “Articles Relevant to Parapsychology".

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