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Joan Davison

Dr. Joan Davison is Professor of Political Science, director of the International Relations major, and a Cornell Distinguished Faculty Fellow Emerita at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida where she teaches courses in international relations and comparative politics. Dr. Davison’s research focuses upon political responses to ethno-religious identity conflicts.  Recent publications include: “The Dis-united States of Liminality: The Trump Campaign Spectacle,” International Political Anthropology 9 (2016) no. 2: 75-82; “Sarajevo Heart of Europe? Global Politics, Symbol(ism) &Liminality in the Centenary of WW1,” with Jesenko Tesan, International Political Anthropology 2014 (1): 27- 46; and “The Left’s Attraction amidst Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Nationalist Politics,” chapter in Left and Right: The Great Dichotomy Revisited, eds. Joao Cardoso Rosas and Rita Ferreira. London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013: 333-348. She currently is working as a co-editor on a forthcoming book on global walling.




Bernardo Kastrup

Bernardo Kastrup has a Ph.D. in computer engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology and specializations in artificial intelligence and reconfigurable computing. He has worked as a scientist in some of the world's foremost research laboratories, including the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and the Philips Research Laboratories. He has authored many science and philosophy papers, as well as several philosophy books. His three most recent books are: "More Than Allegory," "Brief Peeks Beyond" and "Why Materialism Is Baloney."



Guilherme Kubiszeski

Brazilian philosopher, teacher and poet. He is interested in metaphysics, logic and literature.


Max Demtchenko

Max Demtchenko is an Associate Professor at the
Moscow State Linguistic University. He has authored:
Aspects of Hindu-Christian Dialogue in the Mid-
Twentieth Century (according to Jules Monchanin’s
and Henri Le Saux’ Experience), PhD thesis (Moscow,
2011) and The Path of Saccidānanda (Moscow, Ganga,
2008). He has also published the first Russian
translation of Swāmī Abhishiktānanda’s Guru and
Disciple (Moscow, Ganga, 2013). His current academic
interest is in the field of North Indian rural bhakti
movements with a special focus on Nānak-panths as
well as on Rāma-rasika traditions’ poetry and practices.


Chrisian Light

Chrisian Light was a student at Loyola University New Orleans. A veteran of the U.S. military, he majored in economics at Loyola University New Orleans. His main advisors and mentors while in that city were Walter E. Block, William Barnett II, and the Reverend Larry Beane.


Magdalena Hoły-Łuczaj

Magdalena Holy-Luczaj earned her Ph.D. at Jagiellonian University in Cracow in 2016. Her research interests include contemporary continental philosophy, in particular topics related to metaphysics, anthropology, and environmental ethics. She published in „Ethics and the Environment”, „Ruch Filozoficzny”, „Analiza i Egzystencja”, “Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia”. She was a Fulbright Scholar in 2013/2014.


Andrzej Stoiński

Andrzej Stoiński, Ph. D. of  Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He works at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. His  general area of interest are ethics and philosophy of politics. He is an author of two books: Tożsamość a moralność w świetle koncepcji Dereka Parfita (Olsztyn 2013), Jekyll i Hyde metapolityki. Rozważania o przemianach w rozumieniu tolerancji, wolności i sprawiedliwości (Olsztyn 2016), and over a dozen articles.



Stig Lindberg

Mr. Stig Lindberg hails from Hawaii, where he grew up and began his religious praxis in high school. After his freshman year in college, he took a year sabbatical to train as a Christian missionary and to participate in outreaches to Tahiti and Japan. With a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Mr. Lindberg worked at the Hawaii State Legislature before moving to Japan to begin his teaching career.

Subsequently, Lindberg spent a year studying business administration at the University of Hawaii’s graduate school of business and doing research in the Journalism department of East-West Center before obtaining his master’s degree in Christian Studies from Kyoto University. His doctoral research focuses on the philosophical theology of Toyohiko Kagawa who was an early proponent of the harmony between science and religion. Secondary research interests include various theories of realism, human security, and global systems.


Pawel Zgrzebnicki

Paweł Zgrzebnicki graduated from the Department of Physics of the Jagiellonian University. He is a doctoral student in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences in the in the Anthropology of Culture Department of SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw.

His scientific work is focused on actor-network theory, the issue of synthetic populations, numerical modelling of cultures and ethics of artificial intelligence.


Jowita Guja

Jowita Guja is a philosopher, religionist, and Assistant Professor at the Department of Cultural Studies and Philosophy of the AGH University of Science and Technology where she teaches courses in philosophy of culture, axiology and contemporary literature. Her  interests lie in philosophical criticism od religion, alienation atheism, contemporary forms of spirituality, and popular culture. She is an autor of the monograph 'The Römerbrief of Karl Barth's Concept of Faith' as well as a series of articles analysing the phenomen of atheistic spirituality. Currently she is preparing a monograph etitled 'Soteriology of Atheism as a New Anthropology'.