Dateline: New York City, October 27th, 2014
Contact: Lisette Coly, 212-628-1550
or email: email@example.com
Lisette Coly to Introduce Dr. Stan Krippner Tuesday the 28th
at the Museum of Morbid Anatomy in Brooklyn
and Other News
TUESDAY OCTOBER 28TH AT THE MORBID ANATOMY MUSEUM IN BROOKLYN
Lisette Coly, the President of the Parapsychology Foundation, will introduce well-known psychologist and parapsychologist, Dr. Stanley Krippner, on October 28th at the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn. The talk, Spirits and Ghosts I have Known and Loved is part of the Museum’s event, “Halloween: The Curious Story of America’s Most Horrible Holiday” curated by Shannon Taggart, the Programmer in Residence at the Museum.
The talk will be at 8pm on Tuesday, October 28th, at the Museum, at 424 Third Avenue in Brooklyn, at the corner of 7th Street. Admission is $12. For more information click here.
THIS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1ST AND 2ND ONLINE
The Parapsychology and Psychology: Research and Theory online conference will take place on Saturday, November 1st between 8:00am and 4:30pm Eastern, and on Sunday, November 2nd between 8:30am and 5:30pm Eastern.
Registrants will be able to attend the sessions in real time online, and then watch recordings of the sessions as well as sample other information in the online conference indefinitely.
A host of international researcher will be giving the live talks, among them Dr. Patrizio Tressoldi from Italy, PF International Affiliate for Argentina, Dr. Alejandro Parra, and Dr. Christine Simmonds-Moore, one of PF’s first recipients of the Frances P. Bolton Fellowship. For more information click here.
FOREVER FAMILY FOUNDATION FROM NOVEMBER 6TH THROUGH 10TH IN DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
This extraordinary conference features our own Drs. Nancy Zingrone and Carlos Alvarado in the scientific portion of the events.
The conference will include a visit to the near-by Rhine Research Center, a fundraising dinner featuring the frequent PF Speaker, Loyd Auerbach, dinners and lunches with the Forever Family Foundation certified mediums, a “NamasDay” at which the Parapsychology Foundation’s afterlife-related books will be sold, and there will be a variety of other opportunities to spend time with like-minded people and enjoy.
Other speakers on the 8th and 9th will include Loyd Auerbach, Dr. Julie Beischel of the Windbridge Institute, Dr. Sally Rhine Feather and John Kruth of the Rhine Research Center, Dr. Jim Tucker from the Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia, and PF’s most recent Eileen J. Garrett Library Fellow, Doctoral student Callum Cooper. For more information click here.
NOW UNTIL NOVEMBER 23RD IN DERBY, IN ENGLAND:
The PF’s own Film Archivist, Susan MacWilliam, is showing a new art installation at the Quad Gallery in Derby in England. The installation which is centered around her new film, An Answer is Expected, includes sculpture as well, and explores the work of J. B. Rhine and the early Parapsychology Laboratory at Duke University.
Susan’s video works have been exhibited internationally and are held in the Drama and Literature Section of the British Library’s Sound Archive. In 2009 she represented Northern Ireland at the 53rd Venice Biennale with her solo show REMOTE VIEWING. Solo exhibitions include NN Contemporary Art, Northampton (2013); Open Space, Victoria, BC (2012); Gimpel Fils, London (2008); Jack The Pelican, New York (2008); Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin (2004); Cornerhouse, Manchester (2001) and Project Arts, Dublin (1997). Among her previous works are videos that include past-President of the PF, Mrs. Eileen Coly, and also the current President, Lisette Coly.
Susan MacWilliam is a lecturer in Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin. For more information about An Answer is Requested go to the new PF Lyceum page, "New from Susan MacWillam" by clicking here.
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