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Jack Hunter is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Bristol, and a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Chester. His research takes the form of an ethnographic study of contemporary trance and physical mediumship in Bristol, focusing on themes of personhood, performance, altered states of consciousness and anomalous experience. In 2010 he established 'Paranthropology: Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal' (www.paranthropology.co.uk). He is the author of 'Why People Believe in Spirits, Gods and Magic' (2012), editor of 'Paranthropology: Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal' (2012) and 'Strange Dimensions: A Paranthropology Anthology' (2015), and co-editor with Dr. David Luke of 'Talking With the Spirits: Ethnographies from Between the Worlds' (2014).

He has contributed chapters to the following publications:

'Ghosts, Spirits, and Psychics: The Paranormal from Alchemy to Zombies' - Edited by Matt Cardin (2015) ['Ectoplasm,' 'Mediumship' and 'Discarnate Entities']

'Paracoustics: Sound and the Paranormal' - Edited by Steven T. Parsons & Callum C. Cooper (2015) ['Music and Altered States of Consciousness in Shamanism and Spirit Possession: An Overview of the Literature']

'Out of the Shadows: A Cornucopia from the Psychedelic Press' - Edited by Robert Dickins & Tim Read (2015) ['On the Nature of the Psilocybe Folk: Psychedelic, Psychoid Persons']

'Neurotransmissions: Psychedelic Essays from Breaking Convention' - Edited by Dave King, David Luke, Ben Sessa, Cameron Adams & Aimee Tollan (2015) ['Beyond Castaneda: A Brief History of Psychedelics in Anthropology']

'Daimonic Imagination: Uncanny Intelligence' - Edited by Angela Voss & William Rowlandson (2013) ['Numinous Conversations: Performance and Manifestation of Spirits in Spirit Possession Practices']

'Darklore Vol. 6' - Edited by Greg Taylor (2011) ['The Anthropology of the Weird: Ethnographic Fieldwork and Anomalous Experience']

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William Rowlandson is Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies at the University of Kent, and former co-director, with Angela Voss, of the Centre for the Study of Myth at the University of Kent. He has recently completed a book entitled Borges, Swedenborg and Mysticism, which examines the relationship between Borges' own recorded mystical experiences and his appraisal of Swedenborg and other mystics. William's work on Cuban poet and novelist Jose Lezama Lima concentrated on Lezama's equation of poetry and the numinous. His published articles concern various areas of Latin American studies, including the history of Guantanamo Bay and Gitmo detention centre, rendition, torture, Cuba during the War on Terror. He has also published analyses of Borges, Lezama Lima, Cabrera Infante and Rulfo. Angela Voss was a Lecturer for ten years in the Theology and Religious Studies section at the University of Kent, teaching on the MA in Mysticism and Religious Experience, and directing an MA programme in the Cultural Study of Cosmology and Divination. From January 2014, she will be teaching on a new MA at Canterbury Christ Church University: Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred. Angela is an honorary Lecturer for the MA in the Study of Western Esotericism at the University of Exeter, a tutor in Community Arts and Education at Canterbury Christ Church University, and a practising astrologer and tarot reader. Her research interests centre on the Western esoteric traditions and the symbolic imagination, and she has published extensively on the astrological music therapy of the Renaissance magus Marsilio Ficino.

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