Articles, the jonestown report, 2008

  1. The Language of Jonestown
  2. Jonestown and Liberation Theology, by Massimo Introvigne
  3. Liberation Theology and Early Experimentation in Latin American Agricultural Projects and their Relation to the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project, by Edward Cromarty
  4. Jim Jones: Mystery Man, Mystery Trip, by Will Savive
  5. The Violent Outcomes of Ideological Extremism: What Have We Learned Since Jonestown?, by Janja Lalich, Ph.D.
  6. Thirty Years Later: Thoughts About Prevention of Future Jonestowns, by Peter A. Olsson, M.D.
  7. Jonestown Heroes, by Philip G. Zimbardo
  8. The Jonestown Tragedy: What Have We Learned in 30 Years?, by James L. Knoll, IV, M.D.
    1. The Jonestown Tragedy as Familicide – Suicide, by James L. Knoll, IV, M.D.
  9. “Hell that springs from the grave of memory”: Sacrifice, Whiteness, and Extinction in Wilson Harris’ Jonestown, by Jonathan Highfield
  10. The Sacred and the Profane in Wilson Harris’ Jonestown, by Rebecca Moore
  11. Jonestown And Disciple-Dom: Effects On A Denomination, by Karen Stroup
  12. The Three Virtual Intentional Communities Of God In A Body In Real Time (1868-2008), by E. Black
  13. The Politics That Destroyed Jonestown, by Marvin Funk
  14. Jonestown 1978: A Forensic Pathologist’s Retrospective Observations, by Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D.
  15. Jonestown Conspiracies Revisited, by Christopher Knight-Griffin
  16. Student Paper Section
  17. Did Government Assassins Own a Tractor?: A Response to “In Plain Sight”, by Christopher Knight-Griffin
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