Online Events with special guests and open discussion. We explore a wide-range of topics related to Julian Jaynes’s theory with experts from a variety of different backgrounds. Space for each event is limited so be sure to RSVP.
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Join us for a 90-minute interview and Q&A session with Brian J. McVeigh on his latest book, The Psychology of Ancient Egypt: Reconstructing A Lost Mentality.
We will be delving into many aspects of ancient Egypt that are relevant to Julian Jaynes’s theory.
This online event will be held on Thursday, November 16th, 2023 at 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern.
The hour-long interview will be followed by a 30 minute question and answer session with the event participants.
Free and open to the public (RSVP required).
A Google Meet invitation with a link to join the event will be sent to all RSVPs.
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Brian J. McVeigh is an anthropologist, mental health counselor, and scholar of Jaynesian theory. His Ph.D. is from Princeton University, where he knew Julian Jaynes. He has published numerous books and articles on Jaynes’s theory.
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