Just a note to let everybody know that Atlantic University has three additional blogs attached to the school besides this blog. You can get to them by clicking on the names on the Blog Roll to the right of this post. All three blogs, Scholar in Residence, Notes from a Dreamer, and Joanne DiMaggio Soul Writer have added new posts recently.
The Scholar in Residence
Carlos S. Alvarado, Atlantic University’s Scholar in Residence, has posted a new blog on the history of mesmerism. Nicely illustrated, he features a group of excellent, recent articles on Mesmerism. Alvarado is well-known as an historian of psychical research, parapsychology with a deep interest in the history of psychology as well. The title has a “1″ after it, so I’m sure there will be more great articles on Mesmerism presented in future blogs.
Notes from a Dreamer
AU Faculty Fellow, Bobbie Ann Pimm, has recently added a new blog in which she introduces the International Journal of Dream Research, describing the journal, its editor and its focus. Bobbie Ann Pimm and Bob Van de Castle, PhD, will be co-teaching AU’s new course, Becoming a Teacher of Dream Work/Dream Interpretation this summer. In fact, the summer session starts tomorrow morning, Monday the 14th of May. She’s also very active in the International Association for the Study of Dreams.
Joanne DiMaggio has uploaded a new entry to her new blog called “The Power of Soul Writing.” Joanne is not only a graduate of Atlantic University, she’s the President of the Atlantic University Alumni Association and the head of A.R.E. Charlottesville. Like many of Atlantic University’s graduates, Joanne has a cut a unique path for herself, building not only on her past accomplishments but also on the work she did while a student at AU.
I couldn’t recommend these three AU blogs more! Click on the Blog Roll to the right and enjoy!