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2011 CONFERENCE ON NEW RESEARCH IN ORGONOMY
Conference Center at Hotel Tsamantanis, Karavomilos, Greece
6-7 August 2011
A Scientific Conference, Open to the General Public
The New Research in Orgonomy Conference will be held in Central Greece, near to the village of Karavomilos, at the Hotel Tsamantanis.
This Conference will focus upon new research findings on the natural scientific and social aspects of Orgonomy, the science of life-energy functions in nature, as developed by the late Dr. Wilhelm Reich in the mid-20th Century. The Conference will include presentations of research by various professional scientists and clinical experts in the field, with power-point presentations and possible demonstrations. The event will be open to the general public for a reasonable fee.
This Conference on New Research in Orgonomy will be a meeting of working scientists, researchers and students in the field of orgonomy, presenting their original findings to their peers, and to the interested public.
The Conference will last two or possibly three days, on the first weekend in August.
In addition to the weekend Conference, there will also be an informal social gathering at the Hotel on the evening beforehand, and some optional and separate "special events" after the Conference, in the manner of visiting various archaeological sites and tourist attractions in the local area.
The Conference Webpage
gives additional details and links for registration, but please let us know as soon as possible beforehand if you plan to attend, and especially if you wish to submit a paper for presentation.
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Call For Papers
Professionals and independent scholars who have research findings in the field of natural scientific or social orgonomy, or historical/social findings related to the life and work of Wilhelm Reich, and who wish to present at this New Research Conference, should submit their presentation ideas to Dr. James DeMeo (contact info below) as follows:
As soon as possible, the Title of your proposed presentation, along with your full name and institutional affiliation, and contact information. This should be accompanied by, or followed shortly thereafter, by a one-page Abstract, suitable for photocopy reproduction and distribution at the Conference, again with the author's name, institutional affiliation and contact information. You will be contacted shortly thereafter regarding the acceptance of your submission. Papers must be relevant to the issues of scientific, clinical or historical orgonomy, and reflect a scientific and scholarly approach. Sample Abstracts are provided at the website link below, with more information. Proposed paper Abstracts must arrive no later than May 1st, 2011, but paper Titles may be submitted and reviewed in advance of the Abstract.