Bio: Born Glasgow, Scotland, Born Jan 6, 1933. Studied Cambridge University, England, 1951-54. BA degree in natural sciences, converted to MA 1958. Clinical medical studies at Glasgow university, Scotland, 1954-58, qualified MB.,Ch.B. in 1957. Later DPH = Diploma in Public Health 1964 then MD 1965 (thesis on development of health services in Malawi). DTM&H = Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Liverpool, England, 1961. Worked in Nyasaland (now Malawi) as Diocesan Medical Officer, (Episcopalian) Diocese of Nyasaland/Malawi 1958 to 1963, then for Malawi Government 1965-66. Lecturer in Tropical Diseases, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 1966-72. Senior lecturer in International Community Health, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, England, 1972 to 1990. On loan to Institute of Medicine, Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal, as visiting profesor, 1974-75. Shorter assignments in India, Sri Lanka, Iran, Turkey, Jamaica, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Cameroun, Nepal (repeated). Since 1991 Honorary Fellow, Public Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh. Visit to Afghanistan to advise on health services 1996, visit to Brazil (as musician) to play in Carnaval, 1997, Singapore 1998 to play Scottish bagpipe along with African drummers and dancers at arts festival. Played cymbals as part of Edinburgh Samba School, among 800 drummers from 25 European bands, at Millennium celebrations in Paris, France, New Year's Eve 2000/2001. Active in Scottish National Party since 1950. Stood for election (unsuccessfully) to UK Parliament in 1964 and 1970 and to European Parliament in 1979 and 1984. (Had a stroke = brain bleed in 2001. Activities somewhat reduced but still some involvement in university teaching, music and dance, politics). Interests include: Cooperation (and conflict) between health practitioners from different belief systems (traditional and modern medicine etc); beliefs about and evidence relating to reincarnation/rebirth and continued life after physical death; paranormal and unexplained phenomena in general. Addresses: (home) 22 Blacket Place, Edinburgh EH9 1RL, Scotland.(telephone - UK): 0131-667-3748email: email@example.com(university) Public Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh,Teviot Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AG, ScotlandPublications: Articles etc on tropical medicine, public health, politics, language, travel; Book: "Davey and Lightbody's The Control of Disease in the Tropics", Editor, 5th Edition, 1986. 500+ pages. H.K.Lewis, London.
Mein GlückSeit ich des Suchens müde ward,Erlernte ich das Finden.Seit mir ein Wind hielt Widerpart,Segl' ich mit allen Winden.Ashita wa ashita no kazé ga fuku> Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 20:35:55 +0100> From: firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com> Subject: [Yasmin_announcements] inquiry parapsychology> > Dear Yasminers,> I am researching the links between Art and Parapsychology and wondered> if anyone can suggest artists who have worked in this field?> > I am aware of the work by Susan MacWilliam:> > "Susan MacWilliam's practice involves the investigation of particular> individual case histories and myths, particularly those relating to the> paranormal, the supernatural and to perceptual phenomena. She> incorporates the fields of psychical research, psychology and physiology> into her artistic practice. Using video, photography and installation,> her works explore ideas about the presentation and credibility of an> image and question vision and perception, reality and illusion.> MacWilliam has made work about materialisation mediums, table tilters,> optograms, trance, dermo optical perception and x-ray vision. MacWilliam> works extensively with archives and direct first hand contact with> research bodies and figures significant to the narratives. The use of> interview and documentary processes as portraiture is explored.> MacWilliam produces unique works of art that provide a visual entry> point into the history of parapsychology."> > Regards,> Richard Brown> > -- > Richard Brown> firstname.lastname@example.org> www.mimetics.com> > > > -- > Roger Malina is in France at this time> > IN USA> > phone 1 510 853 2007> > > When in France I can be reached at:> 011 33 (0) 6 15 79 59 26> or (0) 6 80 45 94 47> _______________________________________________> Yasmin_announcements mailing list> Yasmin_announcements@estia.media.uoa.gr> http://estia.media.uoa.gr/mailman/listinfo/yasmin_announcements> > Yasmin URL: http://www.media.uoa.gr/yasmin> > HOW TO SUBSCRIBE: click on the link to the list you wish to subscribe to. In the page that will appear ("info page"), enter e-mail address, name, and password in the fields found further down the page.> > HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE: on the info page, scroll all the way down and enter your e-mail address in the last field. Enter password if asked. Click on the unsubscribe button on the page that will appear ("options page").> > HOW TO ENABLE / DISABLE DIGEST MODE: in the options page, find the "Set Digest Mode" option and set it to either on or off.
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