• Gregory Shushan

Article in new book: Foundations of Near-Death Research

I'm pleased to announce that my article on near-death experiences in African indigenous religions has been reprinted in the new anthology, Foundations of Near-Death Research: A Conceptual and Phenomenological Map - "the first of a new book series that draws on landmark articles published in the Journal of Near-Death Studies (JNDS)."


My contribution is called "'He should stay in the grave': Cultural patterns in the interpretation of near-death experiences in indigenous African beliefs.” In her foreword to its original journal appearance, editor Jan Holden described it as "a tour de force survey of central and south African NDEs reported in the historical literature between the mid-1600s and mid-1900s." First published in 2017, it is the most recent in a collection that spans the past 34 years.




For more information: https://iands.org/research/publications/book-publications/foundations-of-near-death-research-anthology.html

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