Jonestown Survivor New Spring 2018 Calendar

Jonestown Survivor - Spring 2018 Here is my schedule for Spring 2018: December 14, 2017: Cal State University-San Marcos-Osher class in Murrieta December 28, 2017: 3-hour Radio Interview “Spaced Out Radio” January, 2018: Set up summer speaking events Feb. 11-13, 2018: Speaking in University of Puget Sound classes and Public Meeting March, 2018: Return trip to Guyana - Georgetown and Jonestown Cal State University-San Bernadino Osher in Palm Desert (3 classes) San Diego State University-Osher class April 4-6, 2018: Speaking at Arkansas Tech University - Anthropology classes Communal Studies Association - Conference Call Bay Area Book Festival in Berkeley And, I continue to teach 6th grade language arts in middle school. I ...

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Many Jonestown Survivors and Scholars Write for the Jonestown Report – New Report

JONESTOWN SURVIVOR An Insider's Look shared your post. October 31 at 5:12pm ·  IT IS OUT!!!!! The newest jonestown report, November 2017! Laura Kohl October 31 at 11:38am · San Marcos ·  I co-edited the Guyanese Perspective section, and wrote other articles as well! Let me know your thoughts! If you would like to automatically receive all future jonestown reports - send your email to Fielding McGehee at fieldingmcgehee@yahoo.com the jonestown report, Volume 19, November 2017 – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple the jonestown report, Volume 19, November… JONESTOWN.SDSU.EDU

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The Annual Jonestown Report is OUT!

My story is part of the new Jonestown Report 2017 issue - posted on the Jonestown Institute site! A must-read issue! Laura Johnston Kohl and the Politics of Peoples Temple – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple Laura Johnston Kohl and the Politics of Peoples… JONESTOWN.SDSU.EDU

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Jonestown Survivor Busy November 2018 Schedule

November 2018 Jonestown Survivor Activities These next two weeks are full of events related to Peoples Temple. Besides working full time in a 6th grade class, teaching English, I will finish up my CSUSM OSHER class in the Politics and Memories of Peoples Temple. On Saturday, I will fly up to Oakland to spend the day with friends and visit the Evergreen Cemetery. On Monday night, I will speak with students at Fresno Pacific University in the Mennonite Seminary classes. On Wednesday night, I will have a long phone interview with a Canadian radio station. I am trying to figure out ...

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JONESTOWN SURVIVOR Presents in Ohio

My Ohio Events - October 3-6, 2017 Tuesday 10/3 University of Cincinnati, hosted by Dr. Brian Metcalf 9:30 - 10:50 Brian Metcalf and Sara Speybroeck's classes from 9:30-10:50 in Swift Hall 500 11:00 - 12:20 Nancy Roger’s Class in Edwards 2:00 - 3:20 Valarie Hardcastle's class in McMicken 127 3:30 - 4:50 Nancy Roger’s Interpersonal Relations Class in Edwards Break 6:00-7:30 pm in Lindner Center 450 - Public Community Event   ZOAR HISTORIC COMMUNITY - Communal Studies Association Conference Friday, October 6 3-4:30 Session D-2 School (downstairs) Ronald Kohl, Moderator Laura Johnston Kohl University Presenter-Jonestown Survivor Peoples Temple - Change and the Chameleon that was Jim Jones Catherine Abbott University of Milwaukee-Wisconsin Racial ...

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Jonestown Survivor is Soliciting Guyanese Writers to Share Reflections of Jonestown

WHY a Guyana Section of the jonestown report? Laura Johnston Kohl I am delighted to share that I will be the Assistant Editor of the Guyanese Perspective section of the annual jonestown report, published by Fielding Mc'gehee and The Jonestown Institute. My journey to understanding Peoples Temple started with me looking through a microscope.at my life and my pain. Then, I widened out my view to include my fellow survivors, and a growing group of those also affected by the deaths and Peoples Temple. I gradually moved beyond the smaller circle into a more global understanding. When I returned to the United States in ...

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UPDATED JONESTOWN SURVIVOR SCHEDULE – Fall 2017-Spring 2018

Jonestown Survivor Fall 2017 to Spring 2018 Activities - Update September 12 Skype Interview with Polish Journalist Piotr Wloczyk of Historia Do Rzeczy, the largest Polish history magazine October 3 (Tuesday) University of Cincinnati 9:30-11 2 classes - Conformity and Obedience Psychology Class, Speybroeck’s class, and a Stats/Research Methods Class, my host Dr. Brian Metcalf’s class. 2-3:20 Psychology Class on Cognition and Learning, Room: McMicken 127, in Valerie Hardcastle’s room 6-7:30 Presentation Understanding Jonestown and Peoples Temple, “Lindner Center 450,” 2751 O’Varsity Way, Cincinnati, OH October 6 Presentations at Communal Studies Association at the Zoar Community October 19, October 26, November 2, November 9 and November 16, ...

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Jonestown Survivor is Editor of Guyanese Perspective Section of the Jonestown Report

[caption id="attachment_2073" align="alignnone" width="3200"] Evergreen Cemetery - Peoples Temple Panels[/caption]the jonestown report As a Jonestown Survivor, I am working on a very interesting project. The Jonestown Institute publishes (now on-line) a yearly "report" with writing from many sources about all things Peoples Temple. This year, I am editor of a "Guyanese Perspective" section. Over the past week, I have heard from about 150 Guyanese about their experiences with Peoples Temple in Guyana. It is fascinating! The articles will appear in the November issue of The Jonestown Report - take a look at last year's edition at: http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=67218 the jonestown report, Volume 18, November ...

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JONESTOWN SURVIVOR to Present in Zoar, Ohio at Communal Studies Association Conference

JONESTOWN SURVIVOR to Present in Zoar, Ohio at Communal Studies Association Conference Jonestown Survivor will participate in the Communal Studies Association Annual Conference in Zoar, Ohio. I am a Board Member of the CSA and have gained insight into my own experiences living in the communities of Peoples Temple and Synanon. I reflect and present about my evolution of understanding in these settings. THE THEME:  To succeed, grow and survive, all successful communal groups have had to adapt to changing situations, be they internal or external:   internal changes in their leadership, in their environment, and in their membership, as well as those ...

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JONESTOWN SURVIVOR – Current Schedule 2017-2018

Jonestown Survivor - Current Schedule  Currently, I am writing my 2nd book.  Additionally, I have these scheduled presentations: July 29, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm - I am attending: San Francisco’s Museum of African Diaspora White Nights, Black Paradise | A Screening and Discussion on Black Women, Peoples Temple and Jonestown   August 8 - Panelist 10:30-12 (as a Quaker) 2017 Poway Interfaith Team putting on a 2017 NAIN “CONNECT” Conference, San Diego   October 5-7 Presenter of two Scholarly Papers on Peoples Temple at Communal Studies Association Conference in Zoar Community, in Ohio 2017 Conference Theme: “To succeed, grow and survive, all successful communal groups have had ...

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