Category Archives: History

A Recent Interview with Me

I was recently interviewed by Mathieu Frerejouan for the annually published Alius Bulletin. ALIUS is an international and interdisciplinary research group dedicated to the investigation of all aspects of consciousness, with a specific focus on nonordinary or understudied conscious states traditionally … Continue reading

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Silence of the Ancients

I’d found a Narnian door for adults… It led from a ordered, public gallery in the British Museum to a sprawling and private unseen back-world of crates, dust and straw. Here, history peeped out one corner at a time and raging … Continue reading

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They still bleed

A couple of weeks ago, I was at the Australian Museum in Sydney for a day out. Some time away from my research interests (hallucinations and child abuse), I thought. Not likely. The Museum had a special Aztecs exhibition on, … Continue reading

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