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Csilla Biro — Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology

Posted on August 30, 2012

Csilla Biro introduces the Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology.

Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology
Vol. 69, No. 17, April 2012
Foreword
The current issue of Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology takes on the task of revealing a more complete picture of two journeys undertaken in the past century, first mentioned in 1979 by several scientific journals including Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology.
In addition to presenting surviving traces of these journeys in the form of written accounts and fragmented recordings, Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology recreates missing parts through contemporary documentation, thus achieving a more nuanced understanding of the findings.
By welcoming D. Nathan Jonsfield as guest editor, Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology is extending its reach into the field of geographical parapsychanthropology.
Annals of Applied Unusual Natural Phenomenology is also delighted to announce the addition of a dust jacket.

Csilla Biro studied a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) at the University of Reading.


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